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INDEX oj PATENTS 

ISSUED FROM 

THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1944 







INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1944 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1945 



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CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1944 3 

List of Plant Patentees 5 

List op Patentees 6 

List of Design Patentees 558 

List of Disclaimers 594 

List of Plant Inventions 596 

List of Inventions 597 

List of Design Inventions 827 

List of Disclaimers Arranged by Inventions 842 




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DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1944 



Barues et al.. In re. 564 O. G. 4. 

Barr, In re. 563 O. G. 209. 

Berger, In re. 568 O. G. 389. 

Blair, In re. 565 O. G. 343. 

Bogoslowsky v. Huse. 565 O. G. 717. 

Boyce, In re. 568 O. G. 568. 

Broos V. Barton. 568 O. G. 11. 

Cawley, In re. 567 O. G. 554. 

Cherry-BurreU Corporation v. Coe, Commissioner of Pat- 
ents. 567 O. G. 179. 

Chevenard, In re. 560 O. G. 196 ; 560 O. G. 541. 

Colgate-Palmolive Peet Company, The i;. Coe, Commis- 
sioner of Patents. 566 O. G. 179. 

Cook, In re. 560 O. G. 385. 

Corbett, In re. 565 O. G. 14. 

Corning Glass Works v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 
563 O. G. 393. 

Driggs et al. v. Clark. 562 O. G. 347. 

Ethyl Gasoline Corporation v. Coe, Commissioner of Pat- 
ents. 566 O. G. 3. 

Etten V. Jantz. 568 O. G. 7. 

Ferris, In re. 566 O. G. 186. 

Freedlander, In re. 568 O. G. 202. 

Frost et al. In re. 568 O. G. 567. 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc., et al. v. Ray-0-Vac Co. 
563 O. G. 207. 

Griscom Russell Company, The v. Coe, Commissioner of 
Patents. 566 O. G. 179. 

Grossman et al, In re. 559 O. G. 711. 

*Hamer v. White et al. 568 O. G. 5. 

Hamilton, In re. 568 O. G. 14. 

Hansen, In re. 560 O. G. 540 ; 564 O. G. 351. 

Hargreaves, In re. 560 O. G. 3. 

Hass et al.. In re. 563 O. G. 3 ; 563 O. G. 576 ; 563 O. G. 
579. 

Hazel-Atlas Glass Company v. Hartford-Empire Company. 

567 O. G. 731. 

Heath, In re. 567 O. G. 741. 
-Heltzel, In re. 565 O. G. 720. 
Hodnette, In re. 569 O. G. 4. 
Holslag V. Steinert. 566 O. 6. 348. 
Hoover Company, The v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 

568 O. G. 3. 

Jones, In re. 562 O. G. 693. 

Kaase et al.. In re. 563 O. G. 582. 

KaufCman v. Altorfer. 565 O. G. 3. 

Keefe v. Watson. 565 O. G. 523. 

Keeling, In re. 562 O. G. 519. 

Kingston, In re. 565 O. G. 345. » 

Kistler v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 563 O. G. 209. 

Koch V. Lieber, deceased. 564 O. G. 539. 

Kuhn V. .Jennings. 565 O. G. ■S47. 

Kuss et al.. In re. 568 O. G. 388. 

Langel, In re. 564 O. G. 173. 

Langsner, In re. 560 O. G. 6. 

Lee et al., In re. 560 O. G. 386. 

Legse. In re. 563 O. G. 397. 

Lincoln et al.. In re. 568 O. G. 382. 

Lind and The Procter & Gamble Company v. Coe, Commis- 
sioner of Patents. 566 O. G. 179. 

Line Material Company and Schultz v. Coe, Commissioner 
of Patents. 567 O. G. 8. 



Magnaflux Corporation v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 
558 O. G. 343. 

Mantz V. Jackson. 561 O. G. 3. 

Markey, In re. 562 O. G. 694. 

Martin, In re. 565 O. G. 10. 

McGrew v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 566 O. G. 3. 

Meade, In re. 562 O. G. 349. 

Mercoid Corporation, The v. Mid-Continent Investment 
Company and Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Com- 
pany. 561 O. G. 345. 

Mercoid Corporation, The v. Minneapolis-Honeywell Regu- 
lator Company. 560 O. G. 539. 

Milne, In re. 563 O. G. 581. 

Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company v. Coe, 
Commissioner of Patents. 564 O. G. 3 ; 566 O. G. 180. 

Mitchell V. Ilennion. Hennion v. Mitchell. 567 O. G. 375. 

Monsanto Chemical Company v. Coe, Commissioner of 
Patents. 566 O. G. 511. 

Montgomery et al.. In re. 565 O. G. 155. 

Muskat et al. v. Schmelkes. 562 O. G. 177. 

Neiring Inc. v. Gloria Jean Schoonover. 566 O. G. 184. 

Neukirch, In re. 565 O. G. 13. 

Oakes, In re. 561 O. G. 181. 

Oppenauer, In re. 568 O. G. 393. 

Perrin, In re. 565 O. G. 151. 

Pinkerton et al. v. Stahly et al. 568 O. G. 378. 

Potts and Teletype Corporation v. Coe, Commissioner of 
Patents. 567 O. G. 170. 

Poulsen et al., etc., v. McDowell, Jr. 565 O. G. 147. 

Poupin, In re. 562 O. G. 517. 

Ray, In re. 568 O. G. 392. 

Reed, In re. 563 O. G. 575. 

Reese, In re. 568 O. G. 570. ' 

Richardson, In re. 567 O. G. 549. 

Rieche et al.. In re. 565 O. G. 529. 

Schenk, In re. 565 O. G. 12. 

Schilling, Robert, General Motors Corporation v. Schwitzer- 
Cummins Company. 563 O. G. 393. 

Schweitzer, In re. 564 O. G. 6. 

Sebald, In re. 566 O. G. 347. 

Shawkee Manufacturing Company et al. v. Hartford-Em- 
pire Company. 567 O. G. 169. 

Shea, In re. 568 O. G. 201. 

Shorten, In re. 565 O. G. 526. 

Sinclair Refining Company v. Coe, Commissioner of Pat- 
ents. 563 O. G. 393. 

Special Equipment Company v. Coe, Commissioner of Pat- 
ents. 566 O. G. 4. 

: Sperry v. Payne. Sperry v. Teschner. 564 O. G. 542. 

Sussman, In re. 563 O. G. 5. 

Taylerson, In re. 565 O. G. 521. 

Thayer, In re. 568 O. G. 383. 

Thompson, In re. 560 O. G. 388. 

Thompson et al.. In re. 565 O. G. 719. 

Tschop, In re. 562 O. G. 6. 

Universal Oil Products Company v. Globe Oil & Refining 
Company. 567 O. G. 3. 

Urquhart et al. v. American-La Prance Foamite Corpora- 
tion. 569 O. G. 3. 

Vlckers et al.. In re. 564 O. G. 174. 

Watt, Ex parte. 568 O. G. 193. 

Wesselman. In re. 567 O. G. 556. 

Yeates v. Baer. 568 O. G. 204. 



LIST OF PLANT PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1944 



Note. — Arranged in accordance with the first significant character or word of the name (in accordance with city and 

telephone directory practice). 



Disclaimers follow in separate indexes, but precede the List of Plant Inventions' 



Armacost & Royston, Inc. (See Hartgerink, Conrad, as- 
signor. ) 
Armstrong Nurseries, Inc. (See Lammerts, Walter E., 

assignor.) 
Ball, Geo. J. (See Bonhard, John H., assignor.) 
Baxter, Frederick K., assignor to Gem City Vineland 

Company, Nauvoo, 111. Apple tree. 619 ; Mar. 21. 
Bobbink & Atkins. (See Bobbink, Lambertus C, assignor.) 
Bobbink & Atkins. (See Jacobus, Martin R., assignor.) 
Bobbink, Lambertus C, assignor to Bobbink & Atkins, 

East Rutherford, N. J. Azalea plant. 611 ; Jan. 4. 
Bonhard, John H., assignor to Geo. J. Ball, Inc., West 

Chicago, 111. Carnation plant. 645 ; Oct. 10. 
Bonner, Douglas, Orofino, Idaho, assignor to Stark Bro's 

Nurseries and Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. 

Apple tree. 642; Sept. 19. 
Bowen, John C, Menlo Park, Calif. Thornless blackberry 

plant. 635 ; Aug. 1. 
Bowers, William 1., Yakima County, Wash. Apricot tree. 

630 ; June 27. 
Byrum, Roy L., assignor to Joseph H. Hill Company, 

Richmond, Ind. Rose plant. 613 ; Feb. 1. 
Byrum, Roy L., assignor to Joseph H. Hill Company, 

Richmond, Ind. Rose plant. 616 ; Feb. 15. 
Byrum, Roy L., assignor to Joseph H. Hill Company, 

Richmond, Ind. Rose plant. 617 ; Feb. 15. 
Byrum, Roy L., assignor to Joseph H. Hill Company, 

Richmond, Ind. Rose plant. 620 ; Mar. 21. 
Dickson, Alexander, Jr., Newtonards, Belfast, Ireland, 

assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 

Rose plant. 638 ; Sept. 5. 
Dickson, Alexander, Jr., Newtonards, Belfast, Ireland, 

assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 

Rose plant. 639 ; Sept. 5. 
Drain, Brooks D., assignor to The University of Tennessee 

Research Corporation, Knoxville, Tenn. Strawberry 

plant. 629 ; June 6. 
Engle, Russell, assignor to T. Knipe, Florist, Kokomo, 

Ind. Carnation plant. 612 ; Jan. 4. 
Fairman, Claude, near Charlevoix, Mich., assignor to 

Stark Bros. Nurseries and Orchards Company, Lou- 
isiana, Mo. Cherry tree. 627 ; May 9. 
Fischer, Albert C. (See Hansen, Carl A., assignor.) 
Freeland, Elmer W., Clarinda, Iowa, assignor to Stark 

Bro's Nurseries and Orchards Company, Louisiana, 

Mo. Peach tree. 623 ; Apr. 11. 
Gem City Vineland Company. (See Baxter, Frederick K., 

assignor.) 
Hansen, Carl A., assignor of one-half to A. C. Fischer, 

Chicago, 111. Crab apple tree. 648 ; Dec. 19. 
Hartgerink, Conrad, assignor to Armacost & Royston, Inc., 

West Los Angeles, Calif. Rose plant. 647 ; Dec. 5. 
Hill, Joseph H., Company. (See Byrum, Roy L., as- 
signor.) 

Howard. Frederick H., Montebello, Calif. Rose plant. 

636 : Aug. 8. 

Howard, Frederick H., Montebello, Calif. Rose plant. 

637 ; Aug. 8. 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Dickson, Alexander, 
Jr., assignor.) 



Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Johnston, Walter I., 

assignor.) 
Jacobus, Martin R., Ridgefield, assignor to Bobbink & 

Atkins, East Rutherford, N. J. Rose plant. 643 ; 

Oct. 3. 
Johnston, Walter I., Portadown, Ireland, assignor to 

Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose plant. 

614 ; Feb. 8. 
Jones, John H., Cartersville, Ga. Phlox. 615 ; Feb. 15. 
Knjpe, Tom, Florist. (See Engle, Russell, assignor.) 
Kondo, Valentine C, Miami, Fla. Gardenia plant. 622 ; 

Apr. 4. 
Kovach, Paul L., Vista, Calif. Avocado tree. 628; 

June 6. 
Lammorts, Walter E., West Los Angeles, assignor to Arm- 
strong Nurseries, Inc., Ontario, Calif. Peach tree. 

621 ; Mar. 28. 
Lammerts, Walter E., West Los Angeles, assignor to 

Armstrong Nurseries, Inc., Ontario, Calif. Rose plant. 

631 ; June 27. 
Lammerts, Walter E., West Los Angeles, assignor to 

Armstrong Nurseries, Inc., Ontario, Calif. Rose plant. 

632; June 27. 
Lammerts, Walter E., West Los Angeles, assignor to 

Armstrong Nurseries, Inc., Ontario, Calif. Rose plant. 

646; Oct. 24. 
Larson, Janness L., et al., executrices. (See Miller, 

Frank J.) 
Marsh, Edward E., Pasadena, Calif. Rose plant. 626; 

May 2. 
McGuigan, Virgil G., Cedar Springs, assignor to E. D. 

Smith & Sons, Limited, Winona, Ontario, Canada. 

Peach tree. 624 ; Apr. 18. 
McRae, Phillis N., et al., executrices. (See Miller, 

Frank J.) 
Miller, Franlc J., deceased, by P. N. McRae and J. L. 

Larson, Forest Grove, Oreg., executrices. Hop plant. 

644 ; Oct. 3. 
Nelson, Oscar, Miami, Fla. Sansevieria plant. 633; 

July 4. 
Reiohert, Louis, Belle Harbor, N. Y. Chrysanthemum 

plant. 640; Sept. 5. 
Roberts, Stanley B., Madison, N. J. Rose plant. 641 ; 

Sept. 5. 
Rose Farms Corporation. (See Spera, Louis, assignor.) 
Smith, E. D., & Sons, Limited. (See McGuigan, Virgil 

G., assignor.) 
Sparre, Gustav, Clarkson, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 

The Wayside Gardens Company, Mentor, Ohio. Chrys- 
anthemum plant. 634 ; July 25. 
Spera, Louis, Madison, assignor to Rose Farms Corpora- 
tion, Chatham Township, Morris County, N. J. Rose 

plat. 618; Feb. 22. 
Stark Bro's Nurseries and Orchards Company. (See 

Bonner, Douglas, assignor.) 
Stark Bro's Nurseries and Orchards Company. (See 

Freeland, Elmer W., assignor.) 
University of Tennessee Research Corporation, The. (See 

Drain, Brooks D., assignor.) 
Wayside Gardens Company, The. (See Sparre, Gustav, 

assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



A-B-C Packaging Machine Company. (See Neal, Moms 
P., assignor.) 

A. B. T. Manufacturing Corp. (See Dreyer, Everett L., 
assignor.) 

A. P. W. Paper Co. (See Sherman, John C, assignor.) 

Aamland, Thor J. (See Curtiss, N. H., and Aamland.) 

Aamland, Thor J., Leonia, and N. H. Curtiss, Clifton, 
N. J., assignors to United States Rubber Company, New 
York, N. Y. Tension control device. 2,338,276 ; Jan. 4. 

Aamodt, Thoralf, Annadale, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Combined 
mercury interrupter and transformer. 2,342,781 ; Feb. 
29. 

Aaron, Solomon E., Charlestown, Mass. Boat-handling 
gear. 2,339,755 ; Jan. 25. 

Aaron, Solomon E., Charlestown, Mass. Bilge pump. 
2,343,269; Mar. 7. 

Aasland, Byron T. (See Zink, W. L., and Aasland.) 

Aasland, John L. (See Hyman, B. M., and Aasland.) 

Aasland, John L., Moline, III., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Clutch. 2,341,170 ; Feb. 8. 

Aasland, John L., Moline, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Trash roll construction. 
2.349,328 : May 23. 

Aasted, Kai C. S., Gentofte, near Copenhagen, Denmark ; 
vested in the Alien Property (Custodian. Casting 
apparatus for use in machines for casting chocolate 
and the like. 2,340,501 ; Feb. 1. 

Aasted, Kai C. S., Gentofte, near Copenhagen, Denmark ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Conveyer 
mechanism. 2,359,070 ; Sept. 26. 

Abal Drilling Corporation. (See Newkirk, Edgar D., as- 
signor.) 

Abax Corporation. (See Svoboda, Antonin, assignor.) 

Abbey, Robert G., Wynnewood, Pa. Dust precipitator. 
2,351,089 ; June 13. 

Abbott, Amen D. (See Mason, Williams C, assignor.) 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for coating. 2,343,858 ; Mar. 14. 

Abbott, Charles \V., Larchmont. N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for making nonmetallic sheathed conductors. 
2,351,589 ; June 20. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Insulated con- 
ductor construction. 2,361,374; Oct. 31. 

Abbott, Claude H., Astoria, Oreg. Can-dumping mech- 
anism. 2,351,731 ; June 20. 

Abbott, Eaward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. Re. 22,492 ; June 13. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Com- 
pany, Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 2,338,085 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Abbott, Edward J., and W. L. Perry, assignors to Abbott 
Machinp Company, Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 
2,362,455 ; Nov. 14. 

Abbott, Frank R. (See Atlee, Z. J., and Abbott.) 

Abbott, Geoffrey J., Carshalton, assignor to P. I. V. 
Chain Gears Limited, London, England. Driving band 
or chain. 2,365,988 ; Dec. 26. 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Moore, Edmond E., assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Moore. Mar.iorie B., assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Ravenscroft, E. A., and Jor- 
dan, assignors.) 

Abbott Machine Company. (See Abbott, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Abbott Machine Company. (See Abbott, E. J., and Perry, 
assignors.) 

Abbott, Matthew C, Ipswich, Mass., assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc. Electric discharge device cir- 
cuit. 2,354,654 : Aug. 1. 

Abbott, Paul D., Roslindale, and M. W. Graney, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass., assignors to J. Chapin, H. S. Frazer, and 
J. MacGregor, as co-trustees. Hospital incubator. 
2,353,536 ; July 11. 

Abbott, Thomas W. H., Baltimore, Md. Steam heating 
boiler control. 2,346,890: Apr. 18. 

Abegg & Roinhold Company, Ltd. (See Abegg, Walter A., 
assignor.) 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor to Abegg & Reinhold Co. Ltd., 
Los Angeles, Calif. Pipe measuring apparatus. 
2,342,234; Feb. 22. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor to Abegg & Reinhold Co. Ltd., 
Los Angeles, Calif. Kelly bushing. 2,346,958 ; Apr. 
18. 

Abegg. Walter A., assignor to Abegg & Reinhold Com- 
pany, Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Elevator and table 
support for drill pipes. 2,362,042 ; Nov. 7. 

Abeles, Paul, London, England. Concave reinforced con- 
crete beam. Re. 22.569 ; Nov. 28. 

Abendroth, Otto A., Menasha, Wis. Fourdrinier wire. 
2,357,492; Sept. 5. 

Aber, Earnest F., Racine, Wis. Manufacturing toothed 
elements. 2,344,953 ; Mar. 28. 

Aber, Earnest F., Racine, Wis. Milling cutter. 2,344,954 ; 
Mar. 28. 



Aber, Earnest F., Waterford, Wis. Milling machine cut- 
ter. 2,344,955 ; Mar. 28. 

Aber, Earnest P., Waterford, Wis. Manufacturing mill- 
ing cutters. 2,344,956 ; Mar. 28. 

Aber, Earnest F., Waterford, Wis. Milling cutter. 

2,346,343 ; Apr. 11. 
Abercrombie, James S. (See Bean, R. N., Abercrombie. 
and Allen.) 

Abernathy, Clyde G., assignor of one-half to A. L. Blades, 
Horilell, N. Y. Composite surfacing material and ap- 
plying the same. 2,347,233 ; Apr. 25. 

Abernathy, David W., assignor to Products Development, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Thermostatic element. 2,349,126 ; 
May 16. 

Abernathy, David W., assignor to Products Development, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Gaseous discharge tube circuit. 
2,356.369 ; Aug. 22. 

Abgarian, Aram. (See Simpson, H. W., and Abgarlan.) 

Abington Textile Machinery Works. (See Clark, Ernest, 

assignor.) 
Abington Textile Machinery Works. (See White, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Abos, Ralph L. (See Stoody, S. M., and Abos.1 

Abraham, Clarence F. (See Kozak, J. L., and Abraham.) 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signal transmission system. 2,360,926 ; Oct. 24. 

Abraham, Leonard G., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Line with negative resistance loading. 2,361,160 ; Oct. 
24. 

Abrahams, Samuel A., Redwood City, R. Lewon, Palo 
Alto, and L. L. Collonge, San Mateo County, assignors 
to Plant Rubber & Asbestos Works, San Francisco, Calif. 
Self-set magnesium carbonate composition and prepar- 
ing the same. 2,339,041 ; Jan. 11. 

Abramowitz, William L. (See Davis, G. D., and Abram- 
owitz.) 

Abramowitz, William L. (See StuU, A. N., and Abramo- 
witz.) 

Abrams, Allen, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, and C. L. 
Wagner, Menasha, assignors to Marathon Paper Mills 
Company, Rothschild, Wis. Coated sheet material. 
2,339,242; Jan. 18. 

Abrams. Allen, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, W. H. Graeb- 
ner, Neenah, A. M. Heald, Wausau, and G. G. Rum- 
berger, Neenah, assignors to Marathon Paper Mills 
Company, Rothschild, Wis. Composition for coating 
and laminating sheet materials. 2,348,687 ; May 9. 

Abrams, Allen, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, W. H. Graeb- 
ner, Neenah, A. M. Heald, Wausau, and G. G. Rum- 
berger, Neenah, assignors to Marathon Paper Mills 
Company, Rothschild, Wis. Heat-sealable label. 
2,348,688; May 9. 

iVbrams, Allen, D. W. Davis, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, 
G. G. Rumberger, Neenah, and C. L. Wagner, Menasha, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Roths- 
child, Wis. Container. 2,348,689 ; May 9. 

Abrams, Allen, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, assignors to 
Marathon Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. 
Mounting tissue. 2,358,135 : Sept. 12. 

Abrams, Armand J., Dallas, Tex., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Method and apparatus for catalytic conversions. 
2,354,353 ; July 25. 

Abrams, Armand J., Dallas, Tex., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Hydrocarbon conversion. 2,354,354 ; July 25. 

Abrams, Armand J., and I. H. Welinsky, Dallas, Tex., as- 
signors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Conversion of hydrocarbons. 
2,354,355 ; July 25. 

Abrams, Edith, et al. (See Bassist. Rudolph, assignor.) 

Abrams, John. (See Marberg, C. M., and Abrams.) 

Abrams, Victor R., Detroit, Mich. Laminated finned cyl- 
inder. 2.365,162 • Dec. 19. 

Abrams, Victor R., Maplewood. N. J. Supplementary ra- 
diant heat cooling fins. 2,340.855 ; Feb. 8. 

Abramson, Harold A., and M. H. Gorin, New York, N. Y., 
assignors of forty per cent to said Abramson, fifteen 
per cent to said Gorin, and forty-five per cent to Galen 
Company. Insulin preparation and making same. 
2,343,625; Mar. 7. 

Abramson, Hugo, Eskilstuna. and C. Eckers, Stockholm, 
Sweden, assignors to American Gas Accumulator Com- 
pany, Elizabeth, N. J. Light sensitive device. 
2,355,256 ; Aug. 8. 

Acco. Incorporated. (See Hood, John W., assignor.) 

Acco Products, Inc. (See Brennan, Daniel A., assignor.) 

Acco Products, Inc. (See Kern, Emil, assignor.) 

Acco Products, Inc. (See Zwickel, Elmer L., assignor.) 

Acker, George H., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Work & Gear Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mag- 
netic drain plug. 2,358,612 ; Sept. 19. 



LIST OB' PATENTEES 



Ackerly, Orville B., Jr., Piedmont, assignor to Oliver 
United Filters Incorporated, Oakland, Calif. Filter. 
2,362,231 ; Nov. 7. 

Ackerman, Albert A. (See Webb, I. F., and Ackerman.) 

Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc. (See Ackerman, E. L., 
and Crump, assignors.) 

Ackerman, Edward L., and A. V. Crump, assignors to 
Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Elec- 
trically operated windovr regulator. 2,356,642 ; Aug. 
22. 

Ackerman, Edward L., and A. V. Crump, assignors to 
Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Power 
operated window regulator. 2,364,181 ; Dec. 5. 

Ackerman, James E. (See Nissen, H. C., and Ackerman.) 

Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Binder at- 
tachment for sewing machines. 2,347,145 ; Apr. 18. 

Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Work- 
folding attachment for sewing machines. 2,348,690 ; 
May 9. 

Ackerman, Paul C. (See Breer, C, and Ackerman.) 

Ackerman, Paul C, Grosse Pointe, assignor to Chrysler 
Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Motor vehicle 
lighting. 2,360,461 ; Oct. 17. 

Ackermann, Otto, Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Expulsion-type excess-voltage protective device. 
2,338,479 ; Jan. 4. 

Ackers, Albert L., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Apparatus for well logging. 
2,342,827; Feb. 29. 

Acly, Harry M., and J. R. Barr, Pittsfield, Mass., assign- 
ors to General Electric Company. Thermal switch. 
2,340,099 ; Jan. 25. 

Acme Metal Goods Manufacturing Co. (See Gamache, 
Homer, assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Hunter, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, Chester M., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, C. M., and 
Schroeder, assignors.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacCniesney, C. M., and 
Wilson, assignors.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Wilson, Allen B., assignor.) 

Acme Visible Records, Inc. (See Hall, Marchand B., 
assignor.) 

Acord, John L., assignor of one-half to J. H. Levi, Balti- 
more, Md. Fabricating torch tips. 2,350,952 ; June 6. 

Acrotorque Company, The. (See Fuller, Ernest W., as- 
signor.) 

Actiengesellschaft Job. Jacob Eieter & Cie. (See Hess, 
Heinrich O., assignor.) 

Acton Bolt and Fine Threads Limited. (See Affleck, 
Theodore K., assignor.) 

Acton, Russel D., assignor to International Harvester 
Company, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic braking system for 
tractors. 2,362,521 ; Nov. 14. 

Adair, Montague, Passaic, and R. Henderson, assignors 
of eighty-five one-hundredths to said Adair and fifteen 
one-hundredths to B. V. Myers, East Orange, N. J., and 
L. E. Giles, New York, N. T. Feeding and conveying 
apparatus for textile materials. 2.342,235 ; Feb. 22. 

Adam, Frank, Electric Company. (See Stieglitz, Henry 
M., assignor.) 

Adam, Frederick B., St. Louis County, and H. M. Stieg- 
litz, St. Louis, Mo. Wire duct. 2,353,121 ; July 11. 

Adamoll, Carlo, Milan, Italy, assignor to Perosa Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Obtaining soluble beryllium 
compounds starting from ores containing beryllium. 
2,344,480; Mar. 14. 

Adams, Arthur H.. Jr., assignor to National Rayon Dyeing 
Company, Newark, N. J., Earnhardt Brothers, Char- 
lotte, and Tryon JProcessing Co., Tryon, N. C. Color 
chart. 2,354,493 ; July 25. 

Adams, Charles S. (See Lowe, D. V., Vedder, and 
Adams.) 

Adams, Chester M. (See Bailey, W. C, and Adams.) 

Adams, Chester M., assignor to United States Plywood 
Corporation, Seattle, Wash. Sawdust recovery process 
and apparatus. 2,342,321 ; Feb. 22. 

Adams, Clarence H., assignor to Cone Automatic Ma-' 
chine Company, Inc., Windsor, Vt. Double end tooling 
mechanism and attachment. 2,363,033 ; Nov. 21. 

Adams, Clay Co. Inc. (See Mathis, Waddy T., assignor.) 

Adams, Donald L. (See Oehler, A. W., Adams, and 
Harter.) 

Adams, Elmer W. (See MacLaren, F. H., and Adams.) 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, Ind., and L. C. Brunstrum, 
and G. W. Flint, assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Grease. 2,341,134; Feb. 8. 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, and F. H. MacLaren, Muns- 
ter, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Nonscuffing wax coating composition. 2,361,582 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Adams, Elmer Wade, Hammond, Ind., and G. W. Flint, 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Slush- 
ing composition. 2.348,715 ; May 16. 

Adams, Ernest D., Athol, Mass. Saw rig. 2,354,095 ; 
July 18. 

Adams, Frederick V., Branford, Conn. Micrometer 
caliper. 2,357,066 ; Aug. 29. 



Adams, Frederick W., Pittsburgh, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. Treat- 
ment of glass surfaces. 2,348,704 ; May 16. 

Adams, Frederick W., Pittsburgh, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. Treating 
glass surfaces. 2,359,071 ; Sept. 26. 

Adams, Frederick W., Pittsburgh, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. Provid- 
ing a matte finish upon polished glass surfaces. 
2,359,072 ; Sept. 26. 

Adams, Frederick W., Pittsburgh, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. Separa- 
tion of tall oil into components. 2,363,925 ; Nov. 28. 

Adams, Gale L., San Marino, Calif., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Using comminuted catalysts supported on a metallic 
base. 2,357,570 ; Sept. 5. 

Adams, Gilford D., Butterfield, assignor of nine-sixteenths 
to F. P. Sizer, Monett, Mo. Milk bottle. 2,344,485 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Adams, Harold E., assignor to Nash Engineering Com- 
pany, South Norwalk, Conn. Pump. 2,347,386 ; Apr. 
25. 

Adams, Harold E., assignor to Nash Engineering Com- 
pany, South Norwalk, Conn. Pump. 2,362,954 ; Nov. 
14. 

Adams, Harold W. (See Devlin, L. 0., Adams, Landgraf, 
and Glasgow.) 

Adams, Harold W., Santa Monica, and O. A. Wheelon, 
Pacific Palisades, assignors to Douglas Aircraft Com- 
pany, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Hydraulic system 
and control. 2,350,662 ; June 6. 

Adams, Harold W., and B. S. Kleinhans, assignors to 
Douglas Aircraft Company, Incorporated, Santa 
Monica, Calif. Hydraulic power transmission system. 
2,355,357 ; Aug. 8. 

Adamson, Henry, London, England, assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Ammunition chute. 2,363,219 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Adams, James F., Wilmington, Del., assignor to General 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Abscission re- 
tarding composition and using the same. 2,350,709 ; 
June 6. 

Adams, James W., Dallas Tex., assignor to Oil Well 
Supply Company. Forced draft burner for portable 
boiler flame chambers. 2,356,729 ; Aug. 29. 

Adams, John C, Fairbanks, Alaska. Internal-combustion 
engine. 2,349,600 ; May 23. 

Adams, Joy C. (See Young, A. M., and Adams.) 

Adams, Loyd, Maywood, Calif., assignor to Calavo Grow- 
ers of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Box dumping 
apparatus. 2,344,664 ; Mar. 21. 

Adams, Paul G., Newark, and M. W. Axman, Stirling, 
N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Demand regis- 
ter. 2,347,016 ; Apr. 18. 

Adams, Paul L., assignor to Carr, Adams & Collier Com- 
pany, Dubuque, Iowa. Window construction. 2,361,375 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Adams, Pierrepont. (See Swain, R. C, and Adams.) 

Adams, Robert C, Springfield, assignor to The Marvellum 
Company, Holyoke, Mass. Wrapper for packages of 
cigarettes and the like. 2,341,415 ; Feb. 8. 

Adams, Robert T., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for applying tape upon articles. 2,344,34(5; 
Mar. 14. 

Adams, Roger, Urbana, 111. Marihuana active compounds. 
2,354,492 ; July 25. 

Adams, Roger, Urbana, 111., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Organic com- 
pound. 2,341,850; Feb. 15. 

Adams, Roger, Urbana, 111., assignor to B. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Organic com- 
pound. 2,341,851 ; Feb. 15. 

Adams, Roger, Urbana, 111., assignor to B. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 1,3-diaryliso- 
benzofurans and preparing the same. 2,356,907 ; Aug. 

Adams, Walter F., Seagoville, Tex. Liquid fuel heater. 
2,352,065 ; June 20. 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufac- 
turing Company, Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel spool con- 
struction. 2,344,665; Mar. 21. 

Adamson, William D. (See Milburn, P. W., and Adam- 
son.) 

Adas, Thomas L., assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Tool center. 2,343,626 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Addicks, Walter E., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 

Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. (Controller for 

electric motors. 2,354,787 ; Aug. 1. 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Benes, 

Caspar P., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Boberg, 

Charles P., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Curtis, 

Franklin E., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Gollwitzer, 

Walter T., assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Gruver, 

John H.. assignor.) 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Hueber, Carl 

J., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Addressograph-Multlgraph Corporation. (See Morse, 
Lawrence H., assignor.) 

Addressograpli-Multigraph Corporation. (See Sand, 
Charles H., Jr., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigrapti Corporation. (See Smith, 
Clyde, assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multlgraph Corporation. (See Sullivan, 
George R., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multlgraph Corporation. (See Wescott, 
William B., assignor.) 

Adee, Chester A., et al., trustees. (See Hedlund, Folke 
G. H., assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Barksdale, Lilburn 
S., assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Ellinwood, Herman 
R., assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Issoglio, L. P., and 
Ellinwood, assignors.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Kelly, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Morehouse, Eugene 
M., assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. ( See Robertson, Archibald, 
assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Schmidt, Benjamin 
F., assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Van Der Werff, Jacob 
B., assignor.) 

Adel Precision Products Corp. (See Webb, Harold E., 
assignor.) 

Aden, John, Orange, Mass. Counter. 2,360,927 ; Oct. 
24. 

Adelman, William I., Pittsburgh, Pa. Frame. 2,343,037 ; 
Feb. 29. 

Adelson, Samuel L. (See Gillard, H. W., and Adelson.) 

Adelson, Samuel L. (See Green, Walter H., and Adelson.) 

Adhere, Incorporated. (See Dreher, Donald F., assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, Carl H., assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Pressnall, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Verhagen, Christian M., as- 
signor.) 

Adlam, Thomas N., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Sarco 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Thermostatically con- 
trolled valve. 2,355,043 ; Aug. 8. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Signal lamp. Re. 
22,497 ; June 20. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Signal lamp. 
2,339,243 ; Jan. 18. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Aircraft precision 
flight indicator. 2,353,380 ; July 11. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Signal. 2,365,038 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Lamp. 2,365,504; 
Dec. 19. 

Adler, Paul W. (See Buchanan, J D., and Adler.) 

Adler, Rudolf, London, England. Recovering phenols from 
waste waters and apparatus for use in carrying same 
into effect. 2.343,165 : Feb. 29. 

Adlington, George S., Winton, Alfriston, England. Pre- 
vention of ice accretion. 2,346,891 ; Apr. 18. 

Adolph, Norman W. (See Watt, S. B., and Adolph.) 

Adorno, Joseph, Columbus, Ohio. Double-headed motion 
picture projector supporting means. 2,345,911 ; Apr. 4. 

Adrian, Donald M. (See Adrian, Matthew B., D.' M., 
and R. M.) 

Adrian, Matthew B., D. M., and R. M., Milwaukee, Wis. 
X-ray inspection equipment and method. 2,360,326 : 
Oct. 17. 

Adrian, Raymond M. (See Adrian, Matthew B., D. M., 
and R. M.) 

Adt, Dorothy De Witt, executrix. (See Adt, John B.) 

Adt, John B., deceased ; D. De Witt Adt, executrix, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to The John B. Adt Co., 
Baltimore, Md. Material feeding and vapor removing 
mechanism for rotary driers. 2,354,567 ; July 25. 

Adt, John B., Co., The. (See Adt, John B., assignor.) 

Advance Engineering Company. (See Faulkner, Willard 
J., assignor.) 

Advance Engineering Company. (See Leline, Arnold W., 
assignor.) 

Advance Manufacturing, Incorporated. (See Kirkpatrick, 
Henry O., assignor.) 

Advance Solvents and Chemical Corporation. (See Mack, 
Gerry, assignor.) 

Advance Solvents & Chemical Corporation. (See Mack, 
Gerry P., assignor.) 

Aeldert, August, Dusseldorf, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Beating engine. 2,356,555 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Aelonv, David, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto Chem- 
ical Company. Waterproofing and product produced 
thereby. 2,342,624 ; Feb. 29. 

Aelony, David, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company. Alkyl diamldes of aromatic di- 
sulphonic acids and products treated therewith. 
2,358.273 ; Sept. 12. 

Aeration Processes, Inc. (See Getz, Charles, assignor.) 

Aerial Products, Inc. (See Anzalone, Ralph, assisnor.) 

Aerni, Clarence L., Ferriday, La. Tire guard for straddle 
trucks. 2,352,464 ; June 27. 

Aero Reclamation. (See Shuman, Moses, assignor.) 

Aero Service Corporation. (See Schuch, E. A., and 
Masino, assignors.) 



Aero Supply Mfg. Co. Inc. (See Downey, George T., 
assignor.) 

Aero Zipp Fasteners Limited. (See Meitner, Bela, as- 
signor.) 

Aeronautical Manufacturing Corporation. (See Lane, C, 
J., and Patterson, assignors.) 

Aeronav Instrument Company. (See Hokanson, Evert C, 
assignor.) 

Aerovox Corporation. (See Uzmann, George J., as- 
signor.) 

Aetna-Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Matte- 
sou, Elwin A., assignor.) 

Aetna-Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Rod- 
der, W., and Kendall, assignors.) 

Aex, Paul C, and C. H. Guell, assignors to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Making fade-outs by after- 
treatment. 2,356,439 ; Aug. 22. 

AfEel, Herman A., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Vibrating relay modulator circuit. 2,365,672 ; Dec. 26. 

Affleck, Gregor S., Pleasant Ridge, Mich. Recovery addi- 
tion agent and making. 2,362,964 ; Nov. 21. 

Affleck, Theodore K., assignor to Acton Bolt and Pine 
Threads, Limited, London, England. Thread-rolling 
tool or appliance. 2,355,132 ; Aug. 8. 

Aga-Baltic Aktiebolag. (See Alexandersson, H. V., and 
Granqvist, assignors.) 

Aga-Baltic Aktiebolag. (See Aulin, Evert, assignor.) 

Aga-Baltic Aktiebolag. (See Granqvist, Carl-Erik, as- 
signor.) 

Agar, Thomas J., et al. (See Gray, James D. M., as- 
signor.) 

Agee, William P., Jr., assignor of one-half to W. G. Boaz, 
Memphis, Tenn. Air conditioning apparatus. 
2,361,076; Oct. 24. 

Ager, William E., Bristol, Va. Valve. 2,344,913 ; Mar. 
21. 

Agicide Laboratories, Inc. (See Ayers, Joseph W., as- 
signor. ) 

Agius, Frank A., Detroit, Mich. Decoy. 2,342,107 ; Feb. 
22. 

Agnew, Charles E., Norristown, Pa. Preparation of re- 
turn material. 2,343,270 ; Mar. 7. 

Agnew, Norman F. (See Baughman, G. W., and Agnew.) 

Agnew, Norman P., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to The Union Switch and Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Electrical relay. 2,350,663 ; June 6. 

Agnew, Norman F., Penn Township, Allegheny County, and 
P. N. Martin, WUkinsburg, assignors to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
track circuit apparatus. 2,347,533 ; Apr. 25. 

Agre, Courtland L., G. L. Dorough, and W. E. Hanford, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Polyvinyl ketals and their prepara- 
tion. 2,341,306; Feb. 8. 

Agriculture and his successors in office, United States of 
America as represented by Claude R. Wickard, Secre- 
tary of. (See Nudenberg, W., and Butz.) 

Agriculture, and his successors in office. United States of 
America as represented by Claude B. Wickard, Secre- 
tary of. (See Sullivan, W. N., and Goodhue, assignors.) 

Agriculture, and his successors in office. United States 
of America as represented by Claude B. Wickard, Sec- 
retary of. (See Ventre, E. K., Ambler, Byall, and 
Henry, assignors.) 

Agriculture, and his successors in office, United States of 
America as represented by Claude R. Wickard, Secre- 
tary of. (See Watson, Paul D.. assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States, Claude R. Wickard, and 
his successors in office, as Secretary of. (See Kramer, 
A. J., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wicliard, as Secretary of. 
(See Asbill, Clarence M., Jr., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Asbill, C. M., Jr., and Young, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Bo wen, Charles V.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Christie, Albred, assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and to his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Fox, Edward R., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Gable, George H., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard as Secretary of. 
(See Gertler, S. L., and Haller, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Goldthwait, Charles P., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Goldsworth, Marion C, assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Gooden, Ernest L., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Haller, H. L. J., and Barthel, assignors.) 



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Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Lyons, William J., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Henry A. Wallace, as Secretary of. 
( See Loughborough, William K., assignor. ) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard as Secretary of. 
(See Manley, R. H., and Evans, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, Secretary of. 
(See Mann, Charles W., assignor.) 

Agriculture, of the United States of America and his suc- 
cessors in office, Henry A. Wallace, as Secretary of. 
(See Markwardt, L. J., and Carlson, assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of Ainerica, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See McGovran, E. R., and. Goodhue, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Pellett, James J., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his suc- 
cessors in office, Claude R. Wickard as Secretary of. 
(See Reed, Jesse O., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary 
of. (See Reitz, Henry C, assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and Wa 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Stamm, Alfred J., and Seborg, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, Secretary of. 
(See Travis, B. V., and Jones, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States ot America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Ventre, E. K., Henry, and Gayle, .issisrnors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Willaman, J. J., and Hills, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Willaman, J. J., Mottern, Hills, and Baker, as- 
signors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, and to his 
successors in office, Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of. 
(See Wells, P. A., and Swern, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by Claude R. Wickard, and his successors in 
office. Secretary of. (See Gertler, S. I., and Haller, 
assignors.) 

Agriculture, of the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by Claude R. Wickard, and his successors in 
office. Secretary of. (See Joshel, Lloyd M., assignor.) 

Agriculture, of the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of. (See Shaw, Charles S., as- 
signor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, C. R. Wick- 
ard and his successors in office, Secretary of. (See 
Smith, Wiley C, assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude H. 
Wickard, and his successors. Secretary of. (See 
Carter, R. H., and Goldsworthy, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and to liis successors in office. Secretary of. 
(See Goodhue, L. D., and Haller, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, Secretary of, and his successors in office. 
(See Harmond, Jesse E., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and to his successors in office, Secretary of. 
(See Latta, R., and Yoemans, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and to his successors in office. Secretary of. 
(See Manley, K. H., and Evans, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and his successors in office. Secretary of. 
(See Morris, Steward G., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and his successors in office, Secretary of. 
(See Moyer, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and his successors in office. Secretary of. (See 
Rehberg, C. E., and Fisher, assignors.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude B. 
Wickard, and his successors in office. Secretary of. 
(See Smith, Claude R., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and his successors in office. Secretary of. (See 
Stamm, Alfred J., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and his successors in office. Secretary of. (See 
Stuart, Leander S., assignor.) 

Agriculture of the United States of America, Claude R. 
Wickard, and his successors in office. Secretary of. 
(See Ward, G. E., Wickerham, Pettijohn, and Lock- 
wood, assignors.) 

Agruss, Meyer S. (See Ayers, G. W., Jr., Agruss, and 
Bell.) 

Agruss, Meyer S., Chicago, and H. Schindler, Evanston, 
assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Process and reagent for demulsifying oils. 2,365,852 ; 
Dec. 26. 

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Agruss, Meyer S., Chicago, and H. Schindler, Evanston, 
assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Breaking ol crude oil emulsions. 2,365,853 ; Dec. 26. 

Agthe, Carl A., Zurich, assignor to the firm J. R. Geigy 
A. G., Basel, Switzerland. Composition to be used as 
a binder in road construction and its manufacture. 
2,350,977 ; June 13. 

Agular, Antonio S., et al. (See Medeiros, Frank P., 
assignor.) 

Ahlquist, Eugene F., Minneapolis, assignor to Quality 
Park Envelope Company, St. Paul, Minn. Envelope 
clasp. 2,349,127 ; May 26. 

Ahlqvist, David E. (See Munters, C. G., and Ahlqvist.) 

Ahlstrand, David A. (See Gillet, W., Morris, and 
Ahlstrand.) 

Ahlstrom, Edward F., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Gaug- 
ing instrument. 2,364,182 ; Dec. 5. 

Ahnert, Max, Aschersleben, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Grinding machine. 
2,350,710 ; June 6. 

Alcher, John O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Cathode for discharge 
tubes. 2,353,635 ; July 18. 

Aicher, Margaret J. (See Troensegaard, G., and Aicher.) 

Aigner, William J., and A. J. Schueneman, Waukegan, 
111. License plate holder. 2,350,993 ; June 13. 

Aiken, Frank W., assignor of one-half to J. E. Koester, 
Moberlv, Mo. Expanding land anchor. 2,340,447 : 
Feb. 1. 

Aiken, Thomas McG., Pittsburgh, Pa. Camera diaphragm. 
2,340.573 ; Feb. 1. 

Aiken, Thomas M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Camera. 2,344,382 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Aiken, Thomas McG., Pittsburgh, Pa. Camera. 
2,348.510; May 9. 

Aiken, Thomas McG., Pittsburgh, Pa. Camera. 2,354,168 ; 
July 18. 

Aiken, William H., Richmond, Va. Apparatus tor re- 
moving dents. 2,345,443 ; Mar. 28. 

Aikraan, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Hoist 
control mechanism. 2,352,241 ; June 27. 

Alles, Curtis, Jr., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Mounting device. 2,365,989 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Aiman, Holland B., Pendleton, Ind. Adjustable multiple 
spindle drill head. 2,349,240 ; May 23. 

Ainslie, Kenneth O., Welwyn Garden City, and H. F. 
Wedge, Knebworth, England. Pump for delivering 
measured volumes of liquid under pressure. 2,360,093 : 
Oct. 10. 

Ainsworth, Chester D. (See Pinkham, H. P., and Ains- 
worth.) 

Ainsworth, George, New Hyde Park, N. Y. Lighting de- 
vice. 2,346,717 ; Apr. 18. 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Company. (See Enberg, Stone 
R., assignor.) 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Corporation. (See Potter., Al- 
bert T., assignor.) 

Air Control Products, Inc. (See Leigh, Robert L., as- 
signor.) 

AircQoIed Motors Corporation. (See Loetterle, Frederick 
J., assignor.) 

Aircraft & Diesel Equipment Corporation. (See Garday, 
Louis J., assignor.) 

Aircraft-Marine Products, Inc. (See Carlson, Vernon 
E., assignor.) 

Aircraft-Marine Products, Inc. (See Johnson, James O., 
assignor.) 

Aircraft Screw Products Company. (See Caminez, Harold, 
assignor.) 

Aircraft Screw Products Company. (See Haas, Otto, 
assignor. ) 

Aircraft Screw Products Company. (See Haas, O., and 
Hawkins, assignors.) 

Air Devices, Inc. (See O'Day, Cortland N., assignor.) 

Air-Maze Corporation. (See Walton, George M., as- 
signor.) 

Airoast Corporation. (See Goldfine, Wesley R., assignor.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Holm, S., and 
Keough, assignors.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Karlsson, Per H., 
assignor.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Karlsson, P. H., 
and Lundstrom, assignors.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Karlsson, P. H., 
and Sengstaken, assignors.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Karlsson, P. H., 
and Yerrick. assignors.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Lundstrom, 
Ernest A., assignor.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Waitkus, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Yerrick, W. D., 
Holm, and Jensen, assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Anderson, James L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (S.ee Connell, Karl, assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Crowe, John J., assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company, Inc. (See Deming, George M., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Dennis, Wolcott, as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Air Reduction Company. (See Hughey, Howard G., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Miller, Hoke S., assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Smith, Oris J., assignor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Sylvester, Walter G., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Tyrner, Joseph M., as- 
signor.) 

Airtress Corporation of America. (See Perry, George H., 
assignor.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Burmels- 
ter, F. H., and Flatz, assignors.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Dow, 
Dewey M., assignor.) 

Airway Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Dow, D. 
M., and Kurmeister, assignors.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Nuffier, 
J. H., and Latta, assignors.) 

Aitcheson, Thomas G., Kenmore, assignor to Spencer Lens 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Securing optical elements. 
2,304.768 ; Dec. 12. 

Ajax Engineering Corporation. (See Tama, Manuel, as- 
signor.) 

Ajas Engineering Corporation. (See Tama, Mario, as- 
signor.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Criley, William 
W.. assignor.) 

Ajdukovich, George, St. Louis, Mo. Hernial truss. 
2,354,494 ; July 25. 

Aker, Evender S., Belleville, N. J. Shaft journallng 
means. 2,348,274; May 9. 

Aker, Evender S., Belleville, N. J. Shaf* journal. 
2,348,275 ; May 9. 

Akers, Herbert S., and J. O. Humphries, WoodclifEe Lake, 
N. J. X-ray apparatus. 2,339,902 ; Jan. 25. 

Akers, John M., Charleston, W. Va. Can punching de- 
vice. 2.349,128 ; May 16. 

Akin, Clarence C, assignor to J. D. Akin, Seminole, Okla. 
Tire pressure indicator. 2,353,428 ; July 11. 

Akin, Hughlon, Sr., Jackson, Tenn. Sefctional bolt. 
2,355,498 ; Aug. 8. 

Akin, J. D. (See Akin, Clarence C, assignor.) 

Aklin, George H„ assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Lens. 2,338,614 ; Jan. 4. 

Aklin, George H., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Lens. 2,343,627 ; Mar. 7. 

Akron Standard Mold Company. (See Carter, William J., 
assignor.) 

Akron Standard Mold Company, The. (See Kastner, Ed- 
ward C. assignor.) 

Akron Standard Mold Company, The. (See Schnedarek, 
Emil P., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Asea Svetsmacklner. (See Anderson, B., and 
Wangsjo, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Bollnder-Munktell. (See LjungstrOm, Fred- 
rik, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Elektrolux. (See Karlstrom, Fredrik J. B., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Formator. (See Granstedt, Karl E., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Gerh, Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Johnson, B., and Fenwick, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Grotaverken. (See Olsson, J., and St&lblad, 
assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Kamyr. (See Branzell, A. E., Gloersen, and 
Richter, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Rosenblads Patenter. (See Hermelin, Carl 
M. A., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Rosenblads Patenter. (See Rosenblad, Curt 
F., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Separator. (See Edvarsson, Johan E. B., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Separator-Nobel. (See Engel, Bruno, as- 
signor.) 

Aktiengpsellschaft Brown, Boverl & Cie. (See Beldl, 
Fritz, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Meldahl, 
Axel, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Meyerhans, 
A., and Hartmann, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Thommen, 
Hans, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Thommen, 
H., Halm, and Briihlmann, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Zweifel, 
Otto, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft fuer Technische Studien. (See Salz- 
mann, Fritz, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft fuer Technische Studien. (See Wie- 
derUehr, Robert, assignor.) 

Aladdin Radio Industries, Incorporated. (See Crossley, 
Alfred, assignor.) 

Alaska Packers Association. (See Butler, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

Albach, Frank. (See Stafford, G. T., and Albach.) 

Albach, Frank, and G. R. Chervenka, assignors to Fred 
Medart Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Bas- 
ketball goal. 2,363,634 ; Nov. 28. 

Alban, Laurabel W., Pontiac, Mich. Diaper. 2,347,867 ; 
May 2. 

Albaugh, Ellis, Sr., San Antonio, Tex. Device for sep- 
arating worms and larvae from nut meats. 2,350,332 ; 
June 6. 



Albaugh, Maurice, Qulncy, Ohio. Chimney coping. 
2,365,8.54; Dec. 26. 

Albemarle Paper Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Gottwald, Floyd D., assignor.) 

Alben, Frank L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Vehicle drive. 2,365,505; Dec. 19. 

Alben, Frank L., and B. F. Langer, Pittsburgh, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Railway vehicle truck. 
2,349,601; May 23. 

Albers, John R., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Field control for wind driven gen- 
erators. 2,339,749 ; Jan. 25. 

Albers, John R., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Wind-driven power system. 
2,358,781 ; Sept. 26. 

Albers, John R., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Dually pivoted wind driven power 
plant. 2,363,827 ; Nov. 28. 

Albert, Arthur A., Chicago, lU. Showcase. 2,355,839 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Albert, George, New York, N. Y. Knitting picker and 
frame. 2,347,069; Apr. 18. 

Albert, Joseph, Brooklyn, and A. Ginshurg, New York, 
N. Y. Shock absorber for parachute jumpers. 
2,345,085 ; Mar. 28. 

Albert Kircher Company, The. (See Wagner, Harold H., 
assignor.) 

Albert, Robert L., Arlington, Va. Safety razor. 2,361,921 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Albert, Samuel. (See Eriksen, Paul, assignor.) 

Albert, Walter P., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Dialing system. 2,349,129 ; May 16. 

Albertoli, John, San Francisco, Calif. Box loader for 
cans. 2,345,560; Apr. 4." 

Albertson, Lawrence E., assignor to The McKays Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Feeder. 2,362,607 ; Nov. 14. 

Albertson, Lawrence E., St. Paul, and H. M. Mueller, 
Mlnneaipolis, assignors to The McKays Company, St. 
Paul, Minn. Feeder. 2,362,606 ; Nov. 14. 

Albertson, Maurice M., Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Radio- 
logical method of surveying wells. 2,339,129 ; Jan. 11. 

Albertson, Maurice M., Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Radio- 
logical method of logging wells. 2,352,993 ; July 4. 

Albertson, Victor N., Minneapolis, Minn. Auto parts 
washer. 2.352,356 ; June 27. 

Alberty, Fred J. (See Drake, E. P., Alberty, and Kagley.) 

Albin, Frederick G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Sound recording system. 
2,354,295; July 25. 

Albin, Frederick G., Los Angeles, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Feedback method and system 
for electromechanical devices. 2,357,623 ; Sept. 5. 

Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y. Threaded attach- 
ment. 2,339,130 ; Jan. 11. 

Albrecht, Gilmon F., Madison, Wis. Bottle disposal rack. 
2,361,077 ; Oct. 24. 

Albrecht, Otto. (See Graenacher, C, Sallmann, and 
Albrecht.) 

Albrecht, Otto. (See Graenacher, C, Sallmann, Albrecht, 
and Frei.) 

Albright, Charles L. (See Kulberg, A. E., and Albright.) 

Albright, Raymond W., assignor to American Anode Inc., 
Akron, Ohio. Method and apparatus for manufacturing 
articles from liquid coating compositions. 2,361,583 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Albumatic Company. (See Hart, Joseph J.) 

Alco-Gravure Division of Publication Corporation. (See 
Behringer, Alfred, assignor.) 

Alco-Gravure Division of Publication Corporation. (See 
MacKay, Robert, assignor.) 

Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Praeger, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Alcorn, Joseph, Seminole, Okla. Silencing means for 
valve structures. 2,363,220 ; Nov. 21. 

Alcorn, Robert L., Jr., assignor to Chambersburg, Engi- 
neering Company, Chambersburg, Pa. Hydraulically 
operated drop hammer. 2,345,563 ; Apr. 4. 

Alday, Harvey M., Springfield, Mo. Mouse trap. 
2,342,444; Feb. 22. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Steering drive oxle. 
2.362,456 ; Nov. 14. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Steering drive axle. 2,362,978 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Alden, Herbert W., Detroit, Mich., and B. W. Keese, Osh- 
kosh. Wis., assignors to The Timken-Detroit Axle Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Drive axle. 2.351,590 ; June 20. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass. Machine and method for 
assembling electric wire terminals. 2,340,360 ; Feb. 1. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass. Electric connector. 
2,353,628 ; July 18. 

Alder, Kurt, and H.-F. Rickert, Cologne, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Condensation 
product. 2,351,311 ; June 13. 

Alder, Kurt, and E. Windemuth, Cologne, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Condensation 
products. 2,352,606 ; July 4. 



LIST OE' PATENTEES 



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Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. An- 
drews, Al?ron, Ohio. Waterproof elastic thread and 
fabric. 2,342,098 ; Feb. 22. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Mailing elastic novelty 
yarn. 2,354,449 ; July 25. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. 
Andrews, Akron, Ohio. Loom. 2,356.964 ; Aug. 29. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. U. An- 
drews, Akron, Ohio. Making thread. 2,363,457 ; Nov. 
21. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. 
Andrews, Akron, Ohio. Pressure tanl;. 2,366,140 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. An- 
drews, Akron, Ohio. Making pressure containers. 
2.366,141 ; Dec. 26. 

Alderman, Van Vernon, Arden, and W. E. Hanford, as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Ethylenesulphonyl polymer. 

2,348,705 ; May 16. 

Alderson, Witty L., Jr. assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Alpha-primary 
amino carboxylic acids. 2,346,547; Apr. 11. 

Aldis, Arthur C. W., assignor to Aldis Brothers Limited, 
Sparkhill, Birmingham, England. Signaling lamp. 
2,359,187 ; Sept. 26. 

Aldis, Arthur C. W., assignor to Aldis Brothers Limited, 
Sparkhill, Birmingham, England. Signaling apparatus. 
2.363,333; Nov. 7. 

Aldis, Arthur C. W., assignor to Aldis Brothers Limited, 
Sparkhill, Birmingham, England. Signaling lamp. 
2,363,566; Nov. 28. 

Aldis Brothers Limited. (See Aldis, Arthur C. W., as- 
signor.) 

Aldrich, Leo S., Wellsburg, assignor to American-La 
France-Foamite Corporation, Elmira, N. Y. Turn 
valve. 2,346,892 ; Apr. 18. 

Aldrich, Loyd I., Wyoming, 111. Fuel preheater. 
2,355,693 ; Aug. 15. 

Aldrich, Wilfred O., Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to The 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey. Con- 
tinuous type payoff reel. 2,349,689 ; May 23. 

Aler, Richard P., Baltimore, Md. Automatic pen filler 
and cleaner. 2,354,288 ; July 25. 

Ales, Paul, Chicago, and E. C. Robertson, Steger, 111. 
Garden rake. 2,355,840 : Aug. 15. 

Alessandri, Allessandro, Milan, Italy ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Magnetic flux distributor. 
2,341,171 ; Feb. 8. 

Alex, Anastasius G. (See Sargent, E. H., and Alex.) 

Alexander, Charles B., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 
Combination mathematical Instrument. 2,352,169 ; 
June 27. 

Alexander, Claude H., Cuyahoga Falls, and F. K. Schoen- 
feld. Silver Lake. Ohio, assignors to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Polymerization of 
vinyl compounds. 2,365,506 ; Dec. 19. 

Alexander, Donald B., et al., trustees. (See Schmitt, 
Arthur J., assignor.) 

Alexander, Donald F., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration. Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,339,903 ; Jan. 25. 

Alexander. Donald F., Oakwood, and J. R. Hornaday and 
A. J. Kuhn, assignors to General Motors Corporation, 
Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,355,040 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Alexander, Emmett L., and A. W. Braithwalte, assignors 
to The George E. Failing Supply Company, Enid, Okla. 
Drilling rig. 2,343,517 ; Mar. 7. 

Alexander, Emmett L., and A. W. Braithwalte, assignors 
to The George E. Failing Supply Company, Enid, Okla. 
Shoring for portable drilling rigs. 2,344,383 ; Mar. 14. 

Alexander, Eugene L., et al. (See Rose, S. P., and 
Somervell, assignors.) 

Alexander, Harvey B., Kenvll, N. J., and C. H. Cordle, 
assignors to Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Packaging electric blasting caps. 2,352,998 ; 
July 4. 

Alexander, Horace W., assignor to American Sterilizer 
Company, Erie, Pa. Apparatus for germicidal treat- 
ment of air-borne bacteria. 2,350,664 ; June 6. 

Alexander, Horace W., assignor to American Sterilizer 
Company, Erie, Pa. Germicidal treatment of air-borne 
bacteria. 2,350,665 ; June 6. 

Alexander, Peter P.. Marblehead, Mass. Coating metal 
articles. 2.351,798 ; June 20. 

Alexander, Ralph P., Slater, S. C. Device for stacking 
cases or the like. 2,352,879 ; July 4. 

Alexander, Stewart F., U. S. Army. Eyeglasses. 
2.365,163; Dec. 19. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Control circuit for 
electric valve apparatus. 2,343,628 ; Mar. 7. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, W. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve translat- 
ing system. 2,357,067 ; Aug. 29. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric ship propul- 
sion system. 2,357,087 ; Aug. 29. 

Alexanderson, Howard. Wood-Ridge, N. J., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. In- 
ternal-combustion engine control. 2,358,845 ; Sept. 26, 



Alexandersson, Harald V., Lidingo, and C.-E. Granqvist, 

assignors to Aga-Baltic Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Micrometer. 2,349,838 ; May 30, 
Alexandrescu, Alexander M., (Cleveland, Ohio. Expansion 

controlling piston construction. 2,352,592 ; July 4. 
Alfery, Henry F., assignor to Milwaulvee Gas Specialty 

Company, Slilwaukee, Wis. Lighter for gas burners. 

2,340,167 ; Jan. 25. 
Alfery, Henry F., assignor to Milwaukee Gas Specialty 

Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Combined safety switch 

and limit control. 2,350,978 ; June 13. 
Alford, Andrew J., McComb, Mass. Mechanical sign ap- 
paratus. 2,348,276 ; May 9. 
Alford, Joseph S., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Aircraft turbine. 2,365,990 ; Dec. 

26. 
Alford, Reuel S., and R. C. Edson, West Orange, N. J., 

assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 

New York, N. Y. Cross-talk improvement. 2,361,523 ; 

Oct. 31. 
Alframine Corporation. (See Mauersberger, Ernst A., 

assignor.) 
Alfreds, Torris H. (See Wood, G. D., and Alfreds.) 
Alfreds. Torris H., Park Ridge, 111,, assignor to Posture 

Research Corporation, " Elkhart, Ind. Chair base. 

2,342,323 ; Feb. 22. 
Alger, Martin L., Easton, assignor to C. S. Pierce Com- 
pany, Brockton, Mass. Shoe tree. 2,359,598 ; Oct. 3. 
Algin Corporation of America. (See Le Gloahec, Victor 

C. E., assignor.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Aasted, Kai C. S.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Aeldert, August.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Ahnert, Max.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Alder, K., and Rickert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Alder, K., and Winde- 

muth.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Alessandri, Allessandro.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See AUard, Pierre J. T.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Allerding, Alfred.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Altenkirch, Edmund.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Anderson, G. L., and 

Ryan.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Andreau, Jean E.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Anschiitz, Robert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Anschiitz, R., and 

Groschel.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Anschiitz, R., and Merz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Anschiitz, R., and 

Schmidt.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Antonelli, Leonida.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Anxionnaz, Ken6, and 

Imbert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Appel, Hans.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Arimori, T., Konishi, 

Ishibashi, and Yoshimura.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Aron, J., and Lamm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Asahlna, Haruyo.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Aurich, Paul H.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Aurig, Max.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Avenhaus, Wilhelm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bahring, Herbert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Banning, Helmuth.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bar€nyi, B61a.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bargeboer, Adolf.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Barsties, Wilhelm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Barthelemy, Rene.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Easier, Hermann.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bauer. W., and Gotz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Baumgartner, Wilhelm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (Se^ Baumheier, Erich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bechmann, R,, Kundt, 

and Bremer.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Becker, Carlheinz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Becker, O. W., and 

Braun,) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Beduneau, Emile F. L.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Beer, P.-F., and Anne- 
berg.) 
-Alien Property Custodian. (See Beldimano, Alessandro.) 
.\lien Property Custodian. (See Berg H., and Mader.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Berger, Susannah, n6e 

Keresztes.) 
.\lien Property Custodian. (See Berghaus, B., and Burk- 

hardt.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bergtold, Fritz.) 
Alien Property Clustodian. (See Berlek, Josef.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bernat, Henri.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bernhardt, E. O., and 

Bischoff.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bessire, Jean J.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bestian, Herbert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bestian, H., and Bock.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bezborodko, D., and 

Zucker.) 
.Alien Property Custodian. (See Bibollni, Aldo.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Biefeld, Karl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bikkera, Alexander.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Binder, Eugen.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Bock, Eugen.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Boeke, Jan.) 
.-iiieu iiuptity Custouian. (See Boerner, Rudolf.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Boinot, Firmin C.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bftlkow, Ludwig.) 
.Alien Property Custodian. (See Boll6e, P. and M.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Alien Property Custodian. (See BonflgUoli, Enrico.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Bonnier, Claude E.) 

Alien Property, Custodian. (See Born, Woldermar.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Bornemann, F., and 

Huber.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Bornemann, Otto.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Borraccl, Pasquale.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Boucher, Jacques.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Boulogne, B. and A. P.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Brandt, Richard.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Braun, Kicliard.) 

Alien Property (Custodian. (See Bredtschnelder, Walter.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Bretagne, Robert H. L.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Bretiwieser, Heinrlch.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Bretschneider, H., Fodor, 

and Foldi.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Brissonnet, P., and 

Durand.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Brizay, Emlle A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Brun, Oscar C.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Buchhart, Josef.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Burkhardt, M., Czapp 

and Jedele.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Biittner, Hugo.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Callsen, Albert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Callsen, A., and Weiss.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Carnauh, Boruk.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Catalani, Guisto.) 

Alien Property CJustodian. (See Chiti, Aroldo.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Chomette, A., and 

Thlollet.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Christensen, Henry M.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Christiansen, Aage.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Chwala, August. ) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Cito, Caraillo.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Claude, Andr6.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Claudin, Jean.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Claveau, Emlle.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Coeterier, Frederik.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Coiffu, Pierre.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Conradty, Ottmar.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Conradty, O., and ZMl- 

ner.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Corset, Lucien A. M.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Couelle, Jacques.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Couturier. Alfred L.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Cramwinckel, A., and 

Dippel.) 

Alien Property Custodian. {Sne Cramwinckel, A., and 

van Weenen.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Crouet, Marcel F.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Cyron K., and Wessel.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dahl, Joseph.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dallenbach, Walter.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dallos, GySrgy I.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Daniel, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See DannShl, W., and Neu- 
mann.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dardelet, Robert L.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dausinger, Franz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Davidsohn, Hilde. » 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Boer, K., and Schou- 

tenTT 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Deckel, H. C, Maurer, 

and StSmmer.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Falco, Mario.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Fligu6, Wladimir.) 

Allen Property CMstodlan. (See de France, Henri.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See de Giacomonl, Paul M. 

J. S.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Gier, Johannes.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Hertelendy, Andor.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Kadt, Louis.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See de Kirfily, P., and 

Kucher.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Kramolin, Ladislas.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See de Lange, C, and 

Boucher.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Lassus Saint Genies, 

Anne H. J.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See del Prato, Cesare.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See de Ram, Georges H. B.) 

Alien Property (Custodian. (See Descourtis, Paul.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Deserno, Peter.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See De Smet, P., and Mees.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Deuring, Fritz R.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dewandre, Albert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dewoitine, Emlle J. E.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Dichter, Jakob.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Diemer, Anton.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dietrich, Friedrich R.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Dietrich, Herbert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dietrich, Paul.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dittrich, Walter H.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Dljksterhuls. Pleter H.", 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dobrosavljevitch, Slobo- 
dan M.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Donner, Friedrich O.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dorn, W., and Munk.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dornler, Claude.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dornlg, Mario.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Dorsman, C, Reynst, 

and Veldhuizen.) 



Alien Property Custodian. (See Douma, Tjiske.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dreher, Emil. ) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Drenker, Josef.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dreyfus, Georges.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Drossbach, O., Hopff, 

and Huttner.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (Sec Dumarest, Frangois, as- 
signor.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dumont, Eugen.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dupuis, Jules.)" 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Durand, Marcel P.) 
Alien Property (Custodian. (See Diirr, Friedrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dybberg,- Carl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dyckerhofll, W., and 

Wittekindt. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Ebbers, M., Helbig and 

Mewes. ) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Elchhorn, Carl E.) 
Allen Property Custodian, The. (See Eichler, Ulrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Eirich, Ludwig.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Endres, Gtinther.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Endres, Rudolf.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Kngier. Otto.) 
Alien Property Custodian, The. (See Eppenstein, Otto 

M. I.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Erbe, Arno.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Esser, W., Kahlisch, 

and Reiners.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fabritz, Carl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Falasconi, Alberto.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fernler, Bernard 

M. H. P.) 
Mien Property Custodian. (See Ferrfi, Feidinando.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (Bee Ferretti, Antonio.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fiedler, Fritz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fikentscher, Hans.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See I"lnU, H., and Hofstadt.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Finzi Contini, Renato.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fischel, E., and Rieper.) 
Alien Property C^ustodian. (See Fischer, Karl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fischer, Oswald.) 
Alien Properly Custodian. (See Fliimig, Fritz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Focke, Henrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Foldi, Zoltftn.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fonck, Reng.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Formhals, Anton.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Frank, Karl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Franz, A., and Decher.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Franz, Ehrhart.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Frasch, Jean.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Frederichs, Georg G.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Free, G., and v. Funer.) 
Alien Property (Custodian. (See Free, G., v. B\iener, and 

Goehre.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Freitag, Relnhold.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Freitag, R., and 

Stoeckicht.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Frejacques, Jean L. M.) 
Alien Property Custodian, The. (See Frledrichsen, Wil- 

helm. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fries, Giistav.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Friz, Adolf.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Priindt, H. J., and 

Schonfeld.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fuchs, Rudolf.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Ftirst, Stefan.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Fuscaldo, Ottavio.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gabler, Johannes.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gamet, Pierre P.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gareis, Fritz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gartner, B., and Koch.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Gauthler, Gaston.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gente, Ernst.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Gerendas, Miska.) 
Alien Property (Custodian. (See Gerhard, Ernst.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gernow, Aage.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gerstenberger, Albin.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Geyer, Walter.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Geyger, Wilhelm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gfeller, Ernst.) 
Allen Property (Custodian. (See Giardini, Virglllo.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gieffers, Friedrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Giloy, Franz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gleissner, Walter.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gliubich, Carlo.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Golot, Jean R.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gonon, Paul J. J.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See GOrisch, Rolf.) 
Allen Property Clustodlan. (See GOtzinger, Karl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Goudsmit, Johan L. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Goy, Herbert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Grabec, Josef.) 
Alien Property Chistodian. (See Grabec, Josef A.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Graf, Anton.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Grandel, Felix.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Gratzmiiller, Jean L.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Graumann, E., and 

Zetzsche.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Grivetto, Michele.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Grobe, Hubert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Grundel, Frantisek.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Grundmann, Christoph.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Guareschl, Pietro.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



13 



Allen Property Custodian. (See Guerci, Giovanni.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Guggemos, H., and 

Treibs.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Guichard, Raymond 

A. E.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Guinot, Henri M.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Gumlich, W., and Ecker.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Outer, A., and Maler.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Guyard, Leon J. B.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See HaaclJ, Erich. j 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Haag, Johannes.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Habraschka, Bernhard.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Haffner, Felix, and 

Sommer.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hafner, Raoul.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hagedorn, Gerhard.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Hagedorn, G., Luxer, 

and Wahl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hagedorn, Max.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Hagedorn, M., and 

Schmitz-Hlllebrecht. ) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Hagerup-Larssen, Georg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Halblg, P., Matthias, and 

Treibs.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See HannOt, Gommaris F.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hansen, Gerhard.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Harms, Vlggo.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See HaselofE, J., and Wessel.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Haubroe, Werner C. Ii.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Haupt, Wilhelm.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hecht, O., and Gassen- 

meler.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hegwein, Georg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Heinold. Gustav W.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hell, Fritz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hell, Rudolf.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Heller, LflszlO.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hempel, Emll.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Henares, Hilarion G.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hendel. Margarete.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Henke, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hennig, Fritz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Hentrich, W., and 

Endres.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hentrich, W., Kaiser, 

and Reuss.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hentrich, W., and Kir- 

stahler. ) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hentrich, W., Schirm, 

and Bngelbrecht.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Hermes, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hermitte, Louis A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Herriger, Felix.) 

Alien Proaerty Custodian. (See Herrmann. Heinrich.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Herrmann, O., Wun- 

dere, and Bottger.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Herrmann, Paul J.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Herzog, R., Wiessner, 

Hintze, and Gutzmann.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Hetz, Alfred.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hinnerfeldt, Finer E. A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hofgaard, Rolf.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Hofmann, J., and 

Schreiber.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Holek, V., and Ondfifek.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Hoist, G., and Hoekstra.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Holters, Friedrich.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Holzmann, Hermann.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Honel, Herbert.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Honel, H., and Zinke.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Horack, Hans.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Horn, Ernst.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Hubert, B., and Rein.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Imset, Otto.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Irslinger, Otto.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Jacobsen, Jfirgen H.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Jacobson, Johan S.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Jansen, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Jansen, Max P. J. M.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Javal, Henri L.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Jde, Hans.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Jendrassik, George.) 

Alien Property Custodian . (See Jlrsak, W., and Falk.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Johnsen, Birger.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Johnsen, Henry.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Jonker, Johan L. H.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Junghans, Helmut.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Just, J. and F., and 

David.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kallmann, H. I., and 

Kuhn.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See KUmmel, Hugo E.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kaufmann, H., and 

Kelnke.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kehne, Karl.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Keller. Arnold.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kern, Rudolf.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kerstan, Walter.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kesselring, Fritz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kesselring, F., and Putt- 

farcken. ) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kienzlg, Jean A. P.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Klesskalt, S., Kruta, 

Quednau, and Pa tat.) 



Allen Property Custodian. (See Klesskalt, Siegfried.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Kirchheim, Andr6 G. C.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kirchner, Gerhard.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Klein, Hermann.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Klein, H., Hemmann, 

Keinke, Hofmann, and Boehmer.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kleine, Johannes.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Klinkhamer, H. A. W., 

and Cassee.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Klute, F., and Heerlng.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kniehalin, W., Geiser, 

Shiiler, Gerth, and Witt.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Knol, K. S., and Strutt.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koch, Rudolf.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Kochmann, Wilhelm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Koenig-Fachsenfeld, 

Freiherr R.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koeppe, '^., and Kodal.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kohl, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kohring, Erwin.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kollmar, Max.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Komenda, Erwin.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Komusin, Erich.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See KOnig, P. and R. ) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Konig, R., Gerecs, and 

Foldi.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kono, Yoshimitsu.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koppelmann, Floris.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koppers, Heinrich.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See KOrber, Kurt A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koreska, Robert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koschmieder, Kurt.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Kovftcs, Theodor.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kouck.f, Josef.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koweindl, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kramlf, A., and Vargha.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kratky, Anton.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Krause, E., and 

Schroder.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kreidel, Hans.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kremers, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kremp, Rudolf A.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Kroenig, W., v. Fuener, 

and Grassl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kroeper, H., Kohler, and 

Wolf.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kronenberger, Adam.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kronnenberger, A., and 

Bartelt.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Krtlssmann, Adolf.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Ku, Chain K., assignor.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kiihne, Walther.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kiilz, Fritz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Kumetat, K., and 

Riester.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kuramel, Paul.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Kummerer, Wilhelm.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Kiimmich, Theodor.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kunert, Josef.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kiipfmiiller, K., and 

Reche.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kiippenbender, Heinz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kiippenbender, H., Eyth, 

and Jorg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Kusman, David.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lambeek, Adriaan J. J.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lamberti, Francesco.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lanciani, Ettore.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Landgraf, Otto.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lang, R., and Koch.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Lang, R., and May- 
bach.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Laraque, Roland.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See La tour, Maurice.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Laucht, Friedrich.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Leclabart, Jean.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lehmann, Harry.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Leiber, Ferdinand.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Leifer, A., and Schilgen.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Le.ieune, Emile J. A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See L6nart, A., and Vftmos.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lenta, Giuseppe.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Lentz, Anton.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lepetit, Jean.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Le Rouge, Jean.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Lichte, August.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lietz, Gustav.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Linke, J., and Schneider.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lipsky, Jean.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lisl, Giuseppe.) 

Alien Property Custodian, The. (See Lizeray, Ernest 

L. V. E.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Loeffler, Johannes.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lohmann, Franz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lfihner, K., and Kappus.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lohse, Julius.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Loinaz, Salustlano.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See LOpp, E., Zinlce, and Ber- 

ger.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Lubberhuizen, Jan. W.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Lutz, Frederick.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Maehemer, Hans.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Magis, Auguste A. G.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Mai. Luigi.) 



14 



INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Alien Property Custodian. (See Malagrino, Francesco.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Malczewskl, J6r6mi.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mfinlien, VV., and Uhl- 

mann.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Marette, J. L. J., and 

Burnat.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Martin, H., and Franz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Martinka, Michael.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Marzoll, Luigi.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Marzoli, Luigi, assignor.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mathiesen, Nicolaus P.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Matsudaira, Hatsutaro.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Matteucci, Raffaele.) 
Allen-Bradley Company. (See Matthias, Lynn 11., as- 
signor. 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Matich, K., and 

Pa tier. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mautsch, Robert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See May, Erwin.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mayer, F., and Wop- 

per.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mazzoni, Lucien.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mediger, Harald.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Blehlhorn, Richard.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Meier, Georg.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Meininghaus, Ulrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Meisenheimer, Klaus, 

and Scheuermann.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Meisterhans, Josef.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mennesson, Marcel.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Menzel, Friedrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mercier, Jean.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Messner, Maximilian.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mette, Bodo.) 
AUbright-Nell Company, The. (See Meyers, Carl G., as- 
signor.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Michael, W., and 

Buettner.) 
Uien Property Custodian. (See Michael, W., Gohre, Free, 

von Fuener, and Schneider.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mikaml, Shinkuro.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Model, Wilhelm. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mocklebust, O., and 

Ravnestad.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Moldenhauer, O., and 

Bock.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See MOller, W., and Kronen- 

berger. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Molly, Hans.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Monier, Marius A.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Morioka, Isao.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Morland, P., and Smith.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mortl, Hubert.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Morton, Andr6 A.) 
Alien Property (Justodian. (See Bloschel, \V., Forst, and 

Schmid.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Moser, Wilhelm.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Moskovits. Balint.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mueller-Cunradi, M., 

Giehne, and Krekeler.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Mugdan, M., and Wim- 

mer.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Mulder, Cornells A. H.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Miiller, Adalbert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Miiller, Bduard F.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Muller, Egon N.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Miiller, Josef.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Munz, Hans.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Musall, Alexander.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Muske, Franz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Nagel, August.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Nakagawa, Toyosaburo.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Nallinger, F., and 

Glamann.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Nauta, Johannes E.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Nebel, May.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Nejdl, Georg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See NSmeth, B61a.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Nerwin, Hubert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See NetalovS, A., and 

Wolf ova.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Nicolle, Charles.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Nicolle, Charles A.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See N6grady, Mikl6s.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Nottebohm, Carl Ii.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Nyrop, Johan E.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Ohmoto, Torajiro.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Ohta, Masakl.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 'See Opavsky, Walter.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Oppenauer, Rupert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Orlol, Ram6n.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Orlich, P., NegeJ, and 

Hartz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Orthner, L., and 

Jacobs.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Osann, Bernhard.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Otto, Michael.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Panthoefer, Emil.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Pascher. Leopold F.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Peglau, Paul, assignor.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Pelc6, Henri.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Pelessoni, Giovanni.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Pense, W., and Bestian.) 



Alien Property Custodian. 

and Stark.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien I'roperty Custodian. 
Alien Property C!ustodian. 
Alien Property Custodian 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

berg-Nielsen.) 
Allen Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

ert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Reichart, assignors.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Rank.) 
Alien Property (Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Wemhoner. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Meder.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Henry.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Dorgelo, and Verburg.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

A. H.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Allen Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Kahllsch.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 

and Ffirst.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property (Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Stigter. and Dorsman.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Zillo.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Propertv Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Allen Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

de L.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian 

M. M. B.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Bonnhoff.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

bach.) 



(See Pense, W., Asch, May, 

(See Percheron, Maurice.) 
(See Perlusz, D., and BalSzs.) 
(See Perrin, Ren6.) 

(See Peters, Gerhard.) 
(See Peters, Kurt.) 
(See Peters, Wilhelm.) 
(See Petersen, O., and Lind- 

(See Petersen, S., and Taube.) 
(See PfafE, Peter, and Benk- 

(See Pfannmiiller, W., and 

(See Pflock, Rudolf.) 
(See Philipsen, Nikolaus M.) 
(See Pier, M., and Donath.) 
(See Pier, M., and Free.) 
(See Pier, M., Kroenig, and 

(See Pinazza, Giosufe.) 
(See Pizzl, Carlo.) 
(See Plagemann, W., and 

(See Planche, Benjamin R.) 
(See Podschus, E., and 

(See Pohl, P. J., and Schmidt.) 
(See Poinsignon, Jean.) 
(See Poncet, Andre Francois 

(See Popov, Vladimir.) 

(See Posthumus, K., Penning, 

(See Pott, August F.) 
(See Priesemann, Wilhelm.) 

(See Proos, Comelis P.) 
(See Puttfarcken, Wilhelm.) 
(See Raba, George H., and 

(See Rabl, Alfred.) 

(See Rambold, Adolf.) 

(See Raschig, Klaus.) 
(See Rauh, Hermann.) 
(See Reijnsf, Maximilien P.) 
(See Reiners, W., and 

(See Reiners, W., Kahliseh, 

(See Rendelstein, Max.) 
(See Retterath, Valentin.) 
(See Revelli, Gino.) 
(See Reygagne, Leonce.) 

(See Reynst, M. P., Rinla, 

(See Ricchiardi, P. C, and 

(See Riedel, Ferdinand.) 
(See Riedel, Walter.) 

(See Riegger, Paul.) 

(See Riester. Oskar.) 
(See RSber, C. P., and Rothig.) 
(See Rodanet, Charles H. H.) 
(See Roelen, Otto.) 

(See Romer, Otto.) 
(See Rfisa, L., and Zakarifis.) 
(See Rosenniund, Karl W.) 
(See Rosick^, Johann.) 
(See Rosier, Richard E.) 
(See Rossberg, Ehrhard.) 
(See Rossi, Giovanni.) 
(See Rossmanith, Wolfgang.) 
(See Rotheim, Erik.) 
(See Rott, Andr6.) 

(See Rover, Martin.) 
(See Rozenbroek, Meindert D.) 
(See Riidiger, Ernst.) 

(See Rudolph, Karl.) 
( See Rupp, Albert. ) 

(See Ruppik, Herbert.) 
(See Ruska, Ernst.) 
(See Ryba, Anton.) 

(See Rybka, Benno.) 
(See Rzymkowski, Johannes.) 
(See Saint Genles, Anne, H. J. 

(See Salani, Ettore.) 

(See Salomon, Prangois 

(See Sarazin, Raoul R. R.) 
(See Saulnier, Raymond.) 
(See Schaaf, Alexander.) 
(See Sehade, Karl W.) 
(See Sehade, Rudolf.) 
(See Schaeffer, Erich.) 
(See Scharfnagel, Rudolf.) 
(See Scharpenberg, E., and 

(See Schat, Ane P.) 
(See Scheibe, Alfred.) 
(See Scheler, E., and Rohr- 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



15 



Alien Property Custodian. 

Dachlauer. ) 
Allen Property Custodian. 

Walach.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian, 

Klager. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Senger.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 



(See Scherer, O., Dostal, and 
(See Scheuing, G., and 

(See Schilling, Ottmar.) 
(See Schirm, Erik, assignor.) 
(See Schlack, Paul.) 
(See Schlesinger, Kurt.) 

(See Schlack, Paul.) 
(See Schlichting, O., and 

(See Schlumberger, Marcel.) 
(See Schmelsser, Hugo.) 
(See Schmid, W., and Schuh.) 
(See Schmidt, Paul.) 
(See Schmitt, Carl.) 
(See Schnegg, Robert.) 

(See Schneider, W., and 

(See Schotte, H., and Ebert.) 
(See Schouten, Cornelis.) 
(See Schrader, Walter.) 
(See Schreiber, August.) 



(See Schroder-Nielsen, 



Alien Property Custodian. 

Thorolf.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Schroter, K., and H.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Schubert, E., and 
Pierer. ) 

(See Schmier, Eduard.) 
(See SchuUer, A., and Trits- 



Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

mans.) 

Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

detzke. ) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Holtz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Quittner.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian 



(See Schultze, Guide.) 
(See Schulz, C, and 



Tan- 



(See Schulz, Hermann.) 

(See Schulze, Kurt.) 

(See Schumacher. Hermann.) 
(See Schumann, Artur.) 
(See Schiirmann, M.-O., and 

(See Schiitte, Alfred.) 
(See Schutte, Willi.) 
(See Schwaneberg, Herbert.) 
(See Schwarzer, Kurt.) 
(See Schwimmer, K. H., and 

(See Sfeillea, Jean C.) 
(See Sebestygn, L&szIO.) 
(See Seemann. Johannes.) 



Alien Property Custodian, The. (See Seib, Jakob.) 



(See Sembdner, Gustav.) 
(See Sickinger, Helmut.) 
(See Skaupy, F., and Weis- 



Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

senberg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Sledzianowski, Franz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Smejkal, Villfim.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Sonnino, C, and 
Sassetti.) 

(See Sorensen, Christian.) 
(See Stalmann, Georg P. G.) 
(See Steinbach, Heinz.) 



Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian, 

Becke.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

der Ziel, and Bakker.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Allen Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Hendrlcx.) 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 
Allen Property Custodian. 
Allen Property Custodian. 
Alien Property Custodian. 

Cunradl.) 



(See Steiner, Otto.) 
(See Steube, Fritz.) 
(See Stickdorn, Kurt.) 
(See Stieglitz, Albert.) 
(See Stoewener, F., 



and 



See Story, Anthonie.) 
(See Straub, Harald.) 

(See Striibig, Helnrich.) 
(See Striibig, H., and Hass.) 

(See Strutt, M. J. O., van 

(See Sturm, Erwin.) 
(See Suchann, Alfred.) 
(See Swarovski, Daniel.) 
(See Sykora, Vladislav.) 
(See Szekeres, Bela.) 
(See Szydlowski, Josef.) 
(See Tagliabue, Guiseppe.) , 
(See Tailleferre, Henri.) 
(See Takayama, Yoshitaro.) 
(See Tauty, Ren6.) 
(See ter Linden, Adam J.) 
(See te Strake, Lambertus.) 
(See Tessier, Jullen.) 
(See Thinius, Kurt.) 
(See Th5m, Kurt.) 
(See Tiberghien, Marcel.) 
(See Tiedemann, Hans.) 
(See Tischer, Max.) 
(See Tolke, Friedrich.) 
(See Trinius, Werner.) 
(See Tritsmans, R. G., and 

(See Troedsson, Ivan P.) 
(See Tromp, Klaas F.) 
(See Tsuno, Shozo.) 
(See Tutiya, Hidezo.) 
(See Ueberschuss, Albert.) 
(See Ulffers, Heinz.) 
(See Uloth, R., and Mueller- 



Alien Property Custodian. (See Ulrich, H., Ploetz, and 

Ferrares.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Ulrich, H., Ploetz, and 

Nold.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Dngerer, Fritz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Vallernaud, Jean P. A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van Bergen Lambertus, 

A.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See "VancoppenoUe, Jean.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van den Berg, Walter.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van den Dool, Berend 

Jan.) 

Alien Poperty Custodian. (See Van den Kieboom, Leon 

E. M., assignor.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See van der Bie, God- 
fried J.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van der Leun, Cornelis.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van der Plas, Prederik.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van Gelder, L»irk W.y 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van Lammeren, J. A., 

and van der Mey.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van Liempt, J. A. M., 

and Leijdens.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See van Overbeek, Adrianus 

J. W. M.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Vautier, L^on P. G.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Vesely, Josef.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Vierling, O., and Gftns- 

wein.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Villem, Raymond.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Voit, Willy.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Vollrath, Paul.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Volz. Anton.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Von Ardenne, Manfred.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von Baeyer, H. J. R., 

Roosenstein, and Tischer.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Von Borries, B., Miiller, 

and Ruska.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von Borries, B., and 

Ruska.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von den Steinen, C.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von den Steinen, Carl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von - ManteufEel, Man- 
fred Z.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von Opel. Fritz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von Pazsiczky, Gedeon.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von Philipp, Hans.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See von Viditz, Friedrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Vulliet-Durand, Gas- 
ton H.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Viirbs, Vftclav.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wagner, Max.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Waldschmidt, E., and 

Bayer.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Walther, Heinrich, Sr.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Waseige, Charles R.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Watzel, Rudolf.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Wauters, Jean.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weber, K., and Bode.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wegener, Gustav.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wehr, Wilhelm.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weigend, Franz.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Welker, William.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weimer, Wilhelm.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weimers, Wilhelm.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weissenberg, Gustav J.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weisz, Adolf.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Weisz, Tiber.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wemhoner, Wilhelm.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wendlandt, R., HofE- 

mann, and Fiildner.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wenzel, Friedrich.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Westerkamp, Hugo.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wiggermann, Georg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wildermuth, Richard.) 

Alien Property (Custodian. (See Wllfert, Karl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wilfert, K., and Barfinyi.) 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Wiest, Georg.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wilfert, K., and 
Barfinyi.) ' 

Allen Property Custodian. (See Willheim, Francois.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Winkelmann, Kurt.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Winkelmann, Otto.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wirth, G., Sabel, and 

Laudenklos.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wlrth, G., Wenzel, Sabel, 

and Laudenklos.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wlttkop, Elmar.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Woitscheck, Arno.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wolf, H., Kuss, Hohn, 

and Stietzel.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wolff, Hanns-Heinz.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wolff, Julius.) 
Allen Property Custodian. (See Wolfle, Robert.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wolffler, Alfred S.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wolfram, A., and Jahn.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Woog, Paul.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wulff, Siegried.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wunderllch, Friedrich.) 
Alien Property Custodian, The. (See Wunsch, GUido, as- 
signor.) 
Alien Property Custodian. (See Wunsch, G., Kronen- 
berger, and Bauer.) 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Alien Property Custodian. (See Wuppermann, T., and 
Koenig.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wussow, R., and Fech- 
ner.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Wiisteney, H., and 
Lolkes.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zeininger, Gustav.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zeltner, J., and Genas. ) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zerbe, Carl.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zenz, Wilhelm.) 
• Alien Property Custodian. (See Zenvecli, W., and 
Schubert.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Ziegel, Olivier.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zintl, Eduard.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zollinger, Ernst.) 

Alien Procertv Custodian. (See Zotos. Georg.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See zur Nedden, G., and 
Cords.) 

Ali6, Carolina D., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Door con- 
struction and the like. 2,339,315 : Jan. 18. 

Allan, Benjamin W., Baltimore, Md. Gel-coated pig- 
ments and making same. 2,357,721 ; Sept. 5. 

AUand, Maurice, Los Angeles, Calif. Pocket cigarette- 
making machine. 2,352,999 ; July 4. 

Allard, Pierre J.-M. T., Chantilly, France ; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Device for lowering 
loads. 2,359,073 ; Sept. 26. 

Allardice, Thomas B., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
The Allen-Sherman-Hoff Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Water sealed hopper. 2,339,215 ; Jan. 11. 

Allardice, Thomas B., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor 
to The Allen-Sherraan-HofiE Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hopper with metal bottom. 2,339,216 ; Jan. 11. 

Allardice, Thomas B., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
The Allen-Sherman-HofE Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Water cooled hopper. 2,339,217 ; Jan. 11. 

Allardt, Ernst W., Parma, assignor to The Yoder Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Mechanism for coiling sheet 
material. 2,351,894: June 20. 

Allardt, Hans-Georg, Philippsthal Krs. Teltow, and K. 
Junkmann, Berlin, Germany, assignors to Schering 
Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. j8-alkyl-substituted ethyl- 
amines. 2,361,524; Oct. 31. 

Allatt, Mervin, Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Millie Patent 
Holding Co., Inc. Automatic bag package making and 
filling machine. 2,350,333 ; June 6. 

Allbright-Nell Company, The. (See Folk, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Allbrlght-Nell Co., The. (See Ozouf, Arthur E., assignor.) 

AUderige Corporation, The. (See Allderige, Kenneth, 
assignor.) 

Allderige, Kenneth, West Haven, assignor to The All- 
derige Corporation, New Haven, Conn. Rail-lifting de- 
vice. 2,353,381 ; July 11. 

Alldredge, Robert L. (See Norlander, W. G., and All- 
dredge.) 

Allee, Herbert D., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Gasoline tank 
filler. 2,344,582 ; Mar. 21. 

Allen, Albert, and R. W. Cushman, Sharon, assignors to 
The Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Mass. Humidity 
measuring and control apparatus. 2,343,878; Mar. 14. 

Allen, Albert, and W. H. Howe, Sharon, assignors to The 
Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Mass. Method and ap- 
paratus for determining the concentration of moisture 
in materials. 2,359.278 ; Oct. 3. 

Allen, Alfred E., Wallingford, Conn., and J. L. Whitten, 
Lakewood, assignors to Lee Wilson Engineering Com- 
pany, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Method and apparatus 
for annealing. 2,360,633-; Oct. 17. 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Bradley, H. L., and Peter- 
sen, assignor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Quast, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Stong, Karl K., assignor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Taylor, Julian S., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Wilms, G. C, and Da we, 
assignors.) 

Allen, Carl F., McKeesport, Pa. Tieback. 2,347,234 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Allen, Charles F. H. (See Frame, G. F., and Allen.) 

Allen, Charles F. H., and G. F. Frame, assignors to Bast- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Azole disazo 
dye compounds and their manufacture. 2,346,531 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Allen, Charles F. H., and C. V. Wilson, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Hardening 
photographic gelatin. 2,344,013 ; Mar. 14. 

Allen, Charles F. H., and J. A. Van Allan, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Pyrimi- 
dine couplers. 2,355,691 ; Aug. 15. 

Allen, Earle F., Boston, Mass., assignor to Manning, Max- 
well & Moore, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Valve 
device. 2,365,927: Dec. 26. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Indication apparatus. 
2,355,499 ; Aug. 8. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Remote control system. 
2.361.445 ; Oct. 31. 

Allen, Edgar A., Springfield, Mass., assignor to The Dia- 
mond Match Company, New York. N. Y. Binding 
match book assemblies. 2,342,236 ; Feb. 22. 



Allen, Edgar A., Springfield, Mass., assignor to The Dia- 
mond Match Company, New York, N. Y. Container 
for match books and the like. 2,351,469 ; June 13. 

Allen, Edmund T., and G. S. Schairer, assignors to Boeing 
Aircraft Company, Seattle, Wash. Aircraft empennage. 
2,356,139 ; Aug. 22. 

Allen, Edward M., Copley, Ohio, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Producing cal- 
cium carbonate. 2,354,788 ; Aug. 1. 

Allen, Edwin L. (See Schonitzer, R. I., Allen and 
Muster. ) 

Allen, Ellen B. (See Smith, Paul S., assignor.) 

Allen, Elmer T., Youngstown, Ohio. Convertible infant 
carrier. 2,359,599 ; Oct. 3. 

Allen, Ernest C, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Armature for 
dynamo-electric machines. 2,348,948 ; May 16. 

Allen, Everett W., Birmingham, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Hold-down at- 
tachment. 2,365,372 ; Dec. 19. 

Allen, Frank B., Verona, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing sys- 
tem. 2,358,199 : Sept. 12. 

Allen, Frank B., Verona, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Condensate trap for suc- 
tion conduits. 2,360,634 ; Oct. 17. 

Allen, Gerald N. (See Murray, G. D., and Allen.) 

Allen, Gwynne, Long Beach, Calif., assignor to Petrollte 
Corporation, Ltd., St. Louis, Mo. Composition of mllt- 
ter. 2,363,034; Nov. 21. 

Allen, Gwynne, Long Beach, Calif., assignor to Petrollte 
Corporation, Ltd., St. Louis, Mo. Composition of mat- 
ter. 2,363,035; Nov. 21. 

Allen, Herbert. (See Bean, R. N., Abercrombie, and 
Allen.) 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Hous- 
ton, Tex. Gate valve. 2,351,312 ; June 13. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Cameron Iron Works, Inc. Weight indicator. 
2.361,915 ; Nov. 7. 

Allen, Holly H., Charleston, W. Va. Orthopedic shoe 
and filler therefor. 2,356,808 ; Aug. 29. 

Allen, Horace D., Columbia, S. C, assignor to United 
States Gypsum Company, Chicago, 111. Taping tool. 
2,339,235 ; Jan. 18. 

Allen, Horace D., Columbia, assignor of one-half to O. 
Stanley Smith, Richland County, S. C. Cement finish- 
ing machine. 2,342,445 ; Feb. 22. 

Allen, Howard G., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Con- 
solidated Packaging Machinery Corporation. Auto- 
matic bag feeder. Re. 22,434; Feb. 15. 

Allen, Howard G., Niagara Falls, and K. C. Saunders, 
Kenmore, assignors to Bagpak, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Bag filling machine. 2,343,439 ; Mar 7. 

Allen, Howard G., Niagara Falls, assignor to Consolidated 
Packaging Machinery Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Bag 
feeding machine. 2,350,666 ; June 6. 

Allen, Howard G., and W. O. Sims, Niagara Falls, as- 
signors to Bagpak, Inc., New York, N. Y. Bag filling, 
closing, and sealing machine. 2.360,635 ; Oct. 17. 

Allen, Hugh E., Northbrook, assignor of one-half to A. G. 
McCaleb, Evanston, 111. Smoke-laden flour and produc- 
ing same. 2,338,156 ; Jan. 4. 

Allen, James G., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Automatic loom shuttle. 2,350,307 ; May 30. . 

Allen, John Gordon, Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Catalytic conversion of hy- 
drocarbons. 2,361,584 ; Oct. 31. 

Allen, Joseph F., Silver Spring, Md., assignor to The 
Warner & Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Clutch 
tap and die holder. 2,363,379 ; Nov. 21. 

Allen, Kenneth C, Dayton, and D. A. Meeker, assignors to 
The Hobart Manufacturing Company, Troy, Ohio. 
Dashpot for scales. 2,347.803 ; May 2. 

Allen, Lawrence J., Seattle, Wash. Musical score. 
2,360,534 ; Oct. 17. 

Allen, Lloyd, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Fuel pump. 
2 365 237 * Dec 19 

Allen, Louis' N., Jr. (See Titlestad, N., and Allen.) 

Allen, Morris F., Canton, Ohio. Road surfacing machine. 
2,349,130; May 16. 

Allen, Paul E., Skokie, 111. Bottleholder. 2,354,568; 
July 25. 

Allen, Philip H., Richmond, Calif., assignor to Friden 
Calculating Machine Co. Inc., San Leandro, Calif. 
Calculating machine. 2,365,507 ; Dec. 19. 

Allen, Raymond P., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. P. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Heel construc- 
tion. 2,347,868 ; May 2. 

Allen, Raymond W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Press. 2,354,447 ; 
July 25. 

Allen, Rhea P., Richmond Heights, assignor to Brooks 
Paper Company, St. Louis, Mo. Bag-expanding means. 
2,342,324 ; Feb. 22. 

Allen, Robert C, Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Blade 
shrouding. 2.366,142 ; Dec. 26. 

Allen. Roy A. B., Jr., Dallas, Tex. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,345,561 ; Apr. 4. 



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assignor to IngersoU-Rand 
Throttle valve mechanism. 



Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Band 
Company, New York, N. Y. Controlling device. 
2,338,157 ; Jan. 4. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to IngersoU-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Pneumatic tool. 
2,342,568; Feb. 22. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., 
Company, New Yorli, N. Y. 
2,355,692; Aug. 15. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, New York, N. Y. Adjusting device for throt- 
tle valves. 2,362,608 ; Nov. 14. 

Allen, Russell G., Alton, 111., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Mold operating mechanism. 2,351,899 ; 
June 20. 

Allen, Russell G., Alton, 111., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Valve operating mechanism. 
2,359,188 ; Sept. 26. 

Allen, Russell G., Alton, 111., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Mold operating mechanism for glass 
blowing machines. 2.362,427 ; Nov. 7. 

Allen, Russell G., Alton, 111., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Alold carrying mechanism. 2,365,928 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Allen, Russell G., and C. B. Smith, Alton, 111., assignors 
to Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Machine for blow- 
ing hollow glassware. 2,365,929 ; Dec. 26. 

Allen, S. li., & Co. (See Bowen, J. M., and Bonner, as- 
signors.) 

Alien-Sherman-Hoff Company, The. (See Allardice, 
Thomas B., assignor.) 

Allen, Stafford, and Sons Limited. (See Hewitt, J. T., 
and West, assignors.) 

Allen, Thomas C, and R. J. Dicke, assignors to Wiscon- 
sin Alumni Research Foundation, Madison, Wis. In- 
secticide and making same. 2,348,949 ; May 16. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, and J. F. Polak, assignors to 
Wilbur B, Driver Company, Newark, N. J. Alloy for 
metal to glass seals, and the like, and producing same. 
2,343,038 ; Feb. 29. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, and J. F. Polak, assignors to 
Wilbur B. Driver Company, Newark, N. J. Electrical 
resistance alloy. 2,343,039 ; Feb. 29. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, and J. F. Polak, assignors to 
Wilbur B. Driver Company, Newark, N. J. Electrical 
resistance alloy. 2,343,040 : Feb. 29. 

Allen Wales Adding Machine Corporation. (See Lambert, 
Harry L., assignor.) 

Allen, Wayne H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Bearing arrangement. 2,345,564 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Allen, Wayne H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Deicer for supercharged air- 
craft carburetor. 2,356,370; Aug. 22. 

Allen, Wayne H., Eagle Rock, Calif., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Turbosupercharger. 2,346,128 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Allen, Wasme H., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Impeller. 2,354,653 ; Aug. 1. 

Allen, Willard W., Arvada, Colo. Beet topper. 2,340,919 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Aller, Willis F., and L. J. Mahlmeister, assignors to The 
Sheffield Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Gauging device. 
2,352,507 ; June 27. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation, 
Dayton, Ohio. Gauging device. 2,358,769 ; Sept. 19. 

Allerding, Alfred, Berlin-Friedrichshagen, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Electron tube 
device for ultra short waves. 2,351,895 ; June 20. 

AUes, Francis P., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Wet 
spinning of cellulose acetate. 2,339,316 ; Jan. 18. 

Alles, Francis P., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Wet 
spinning of cellulose acetate. 2,341,586; Feb. 15. 

Alles, Francis P., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pre- 
paring rubber-coated artificial filaments. 2,351,090 ; 
June 13. • 

Alles, George J., assignor to Sylvania Industrial Cor- 
poration, Fredericksburg, Va. Article and making the 
same. 2,356,023 ; Aug. 15. 

Alles, Gordon A., Los Angeles, Calif. Metamethoxybenz- 
ylmethylcarbinamines and medicinal preparations com- 
prising the same. 2,361,372 ; Oct. 31. 

Alles, Gordon A., Los Angeles, Calif. Metahydroxybenz- 
ylmethylcarbinamines and medicinal preparations com- 
prising the same. 2,361,373 ; Oct. 31. 

Alley, Marvin B., Birmingham, Ala. Spike puller. 
2,362.334: Nov. 7. 

Alley, Stephen E. (See Alley, S. E., Gardner, and 
Alley.) 

Alley, Stephen E., Yockleton, and S. Gardner and S. E. 
Alley, Shrewsbury, England. Laundry press. 
2,357,493 ; Sept. 5. 

Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Harry, Robert J., 
assignor.) 

Alliance Manufacturing Company, The. (See Armel, 
Jack, assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Brown, Wil- 
liam B., assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Clark, Charles 
R., assignor.) 



Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Cline, Edwin 

L., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Cline, E. L., 

and Gould, assignors.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Cole, P. J., 

and Brutt, assignors.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Cole, P. J., 

Clark, and Waildron, assignors.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Crowell, Joyce 

H., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Eitelman, M. 

A., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Engel, Karl H., 

assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Engel, K. H., 

and Stasse, assignors.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Flett, Lawrence 

H., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Gainey, Frank 

W., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Greenburg, 

Richard B., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Hamlin, Mar- 

ston L., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Harris, John 

M., Jr., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Haskell, S. B.. 

and Harvey, assignors.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Houghton, 

Augustus S., assignor.) 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Hurst, Dee A., 

assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Kern, Jean G., 
assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See King, Wilbert 
A., assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Miller, Stuart 
P. assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Ogilvie, James, 
assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Rice, Edward 
F. T., assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Sabia, Frank 
A., assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Seyferth. Her- 
bert, assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Stasse, Henry 
L., assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Wroby, Nor- 
man W., assignor.) 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. (See Zizinia, P. T., 
and McKenna, assignors.) 

Allied Control Company. (See Ebert, Joseph F., as- 
signor. ) 

Allied Control Company. (See Ruthven, William, as- 
signor.) 

Allied Equipment Company. (See Turner, James H., 
assignor.) 

Allied Latex Corporation. (See Maywald, Frederick J., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Allied Plastics Corporation. (See Lindsey, H. A., Ill, 
and Long, assignors.) 

Allied Purchasing Corporation. (See Kramer, Feminand, 
assignor.) 

Allied Purchasing Corporation, et al. (See Kramer, 

Ferdinand, assignor.) 
Allin, George S. (See Brown, I. H.., and Allin.) 
Allin, George S., assignor to Isaacson Iron Works, Seattle, 

Wash. Wheel equipped tractor. 2,352,593 ; July 4. 
Allin, Ray L., San Francisco, Calif. Grouting system. 

2,341,518; Feb. 15. 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Allen, 

Robert C, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Becker, 

George D., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Charley, 

W. G., and Buhr, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Codring- 

ton, Charles F., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. ( See Dahlstrand, 

Hans P., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dray, 

Walter R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hage- 

mann, John R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Jacobl, 

Louis, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Jansson, 

Gustav E., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Johnson, 

William C, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Journeaux, 

-Didier, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Leliter, 

Chester P., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Liggett, 

John T., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Lincoln, 

Charles S., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Linn, 

James G., assignor.) 
AUis-Chalraers Manufacturing Company. (See McKahln, 

John D., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Michel, 
Mathias, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Mont- 
gomery, Terryl B., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Morten- 
sen, Soren H., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See New- 
house, Ray C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Otto, 
Eugene J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Pfau, A., 
and Montgomery, assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Pfeiffer, 
Albert P., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Pinkham, 
H. P., and Ainsworth, assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ray, 
James L., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Reichert, 
Harold E., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Rhein- 
gans, William J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Roubal, 
Alexander J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Schick, 
Frederick A., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Scranton, 
Charles J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Shaw, E. 
C, and Hagmaier, assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Sillers, 
Thomas G. A., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Strehlow, 
Walter F., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Tanke, Wil- 
lard H., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Teplow, 
Leo, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Wilkin- 
son, Nathan, assignor.) 

Allison Company, The. (See Allison, Hugh V., assignor.) 

Allison, Elton R., Washington, D. C., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, W'ilmington, Del. Smokeless 
powder. 2,357,989 ; Sept. 12. 

Allison, Hugh V., Fairfield, assignor to The Allison Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Making abrasive articles. 
2,356,965 ; Aug. 29. 

Allison, Thomas T., Jr., assignor of one-half to A. T. Mc- 
Wane, Birmingham, Ala. Warning signal. 2,344,014 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Trapp, 

C. A., and Hansson, assignors.) 
Allott, Leonard R., and E. P. Miller, Pueblo, assignors 

to The Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, Denver, 

Colo. Treatment of creosote. 2.340.168 : Jan. 25. 
Alloy Processes Limited. (See Gentil, Henri L., assignor.) 
All Purpose Gold Corporation. (See Quick, Frederick A., 

assignor.) 

Allred, Ernest, San Francisco, assignor of forty-nine per 
cent to T. W. Jett, Oakland, Calif. Multiple purpose 
clothespin. 2,358,373 ; Sept. 19. 

Allred, Ernest B., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuuni Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Alkylation. 2,344,015 ; Mar. 14. 

Allred, George W., Mayodan, N. C. Abrasive tool. 
2,362,739 ; Nov. 14. 

Allshouse, Harry A., and R. H. Dyer, assignors to Welder 
Patents Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Welding machine. 
2,356,643; Aug. 22. 

All-State Equipment Co. (See Suiter, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Allstatter, Edwin E., Middletown, Ohio. Sterilizer. 

2,345,721 ; Apr. 4. 
Allstock, Harry L., Covington, Va. BX armored cable 

cutter. 2,342,322 ; Feb. 22. 
Allyn, Charles C, New Britain, assignor to The Trumbull 

Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 

Two-position switch. 2.344,938 ; Mar. 28. 
Allyn. William N., Skaneateles, N. Y. Ophthalmoscope. 

2,355,841 ; Aug. 15. 

Alman, Samuel, Brookline, assignor to Eastern Paper Box 

Company Inc., Boston, Mass. Container. 2,339,665 ; 

Jan. 18. 
Almen, John O., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Shot blasting test. 

2,350,440 ; June 6. 
Almen, John O., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Torque limiting clutch. 

2,360,187 ; Oct. 10. 
Almeroth, Herbert H., and F. Richardson, London, as- 
signors to British Ropes Limited, Doncaster. England. 

Baling yarn. 2,357.864 ; Sept. 12. 
Almgren, August E., Hillside, N. J., assignors to American 

Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 2,355,044 ; 

Aug. 8. 
Almgren, August E., Hillside, N. J., assignor to American 

Can Company. New York, N. Y. Container handling 

machine. 2,357,799 ; Sept. 12. 
Almond, John R., assignor to The Midland Steel Products 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pneumatically assisted 

hydraulic brake system. 2,352,357 ; June 27. 



Almond, John R., Cleveland, and H. R. Fitz Gerald, 
Rocky River, assignors to The Midland Steel Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Rotary valve. 2,351,732 ; 
June 20. 

Almquist, Ephraim J., Winona, Minn. Surface finish 
comparator. 2,364,609 ; Dec. 12. 

Almquist, Nils T., assignor to Landers, Frary & Clark, 
New Britain, Conn. Range indicator. 2,339,904 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Almy, Ernest G. (See Hales, R. A., Almy, Young, and 
Pratt.) 

Almy, Ernest G., Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Powder 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Antioffset composition. 
2,354,979 ; Aug. 1. 

AlnCin, Inc. (See Sharpe, A. H., and Walker, assignors.) 

AlnCin, Inc. (See Walker, Victor, assignor.) 

Aloi, Millio F., Maywood, Calif. Well casing perforator. 
2,351,179 ; June 13. 

Alox Corporation. (See Camelford, James A., assignor.) 

Alpak. (See Crane, Walton B., assignor.) 

Alperin, Morton, Dayton, Ohio. Fluid flow indicating 
and measuring means. 2,352,607 ; July 4. 

Alpha Products Company. (See Hurwitz, Julius, as- 
signor.) 

Alsdorf, James W., Winnetka, assignor to Cory Glass 
Coffee Brewer Co., Not Inc., Chicago, 111. Hinge fitting 
for decanters. 2,359,189 ; Sept. 26. 

Alsmark, Kurt O., Landskrona, Sweden. Producing emul- 
sions of the oil in water type. 2,359,503 ; Oct. 3. 

Alteneder, Theo., & Sons. (See Maness, Lucian, as- 
signor. ) 

Altenkirch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Air condi- 
tioning. 2,344,384 ; Mar. 14. 

Alter, Harry, Co., The. (See Schaefer, Harold W., as- 
signor.) 

Altgelt, Herman E., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Plow. 2,359,600 ; Oct. 3. 

Altgelt, Herman E., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Tractor implement at- 
taching means. 2,361,362 ; Oct. 31. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J. (See Gemberling, C. H., and Altgelt.) 

Althen, Frank, assignor of one-half to R. R. Peelle, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Resilient wheel. 2,342,718 ; Feb. 29. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Catalytic conversion of hydro- 
carbons. 2,346,652; Apr. 18. 

Althoff, Lawrence A., Chicago, 111. Range top structure. 

2.361.916 ; Nov. 7. 

Althoff, Lawrence A., Chicago, 111. Stove or heater. 

2.361.917 ; Nov. 7. 

Altman, Fred B., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Lens. 2,343.629 ; Mar. 7. 
Altman, Fred E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Photographic objective. 2,346,061; 

Apr. 4. 
Altman, Fred B., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Lens. 2,346,062 ; Apr. 4. 
Altman, Fred E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Stadiametric range finder and viewer. 

2,360,822; Oct. 24. 
Altman, Frederick J. (See Rights, H. T., Bernarde, and 

Altman.) 
Altman, Peter. (See Gerlach, G. T., Altman, and Kos.) 
Altman, Peter. (See Kos, A. S., Gerlach, and Altman.) 
Altoona Sanitary Laundry. (See Steinberg, Sander.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Anderson, R. G., 

and Pollack, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Carvey, George 

W., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Colson, Herman H., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Ennor, William 

T., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Fletcher, Boynton 

J., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Gardner, George 

R., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Hogg, Emerson E., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See La Marca, John, 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See McGill, James W., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Menking, Heinz, 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Michel, Mathias, 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Miller, Mike A., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Nelson, D. G., 

and Runco, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See PuUen, Alfred 

N. D., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Riesmeyer, August 

H., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Stowe, Vernon M., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Thomas, John W., 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. (See Wood, Robert T., 

assignor.) 
Aiuiu...uui Industries, Incorporated. (See Jang, N. A. 

and Tenkotte, assignors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Alvey, Leroy E. (See BuUard, E. P., HI, Alvey, and 

Alvey, Leroy E. (See BuUard, E. P., Ill, Alvey, and 

Alvey, Leroy E. fSee Bullard, E. P., Ill, Mussler, Lange, 

Cowell, and Alvey.) 
Alvlra, Alfonso, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Frequency modulation system. 
2,339,608 : Jan. 18. _ „, „ t 

Alwin Manufacturing Company. (See Slye, N. J., and 

Krueger, assignors.) 

Amalgamated Dental Company, The. (See Cowper, 

Frank M., assignor.) , . ^ . , ^ 

Amatnick, Ernest. (See Samburg, M., and Amatnick.) 

Amberg, Walter E., Beverly Shores, Ind., assignor to 

Universal Paper Products Company, Chicago, 111. 

Self-dispensing package. 2,351,470 ; June 13. 

Ambler, Joseph A. (See Ventre^ E. K., Ambler, Byall, 

and Henry.) , , , 

AP'l)i-ose, Henry A. (See McCarthy, P. R., and Ambrose.) 
Anurose, Paul M., College Park, Md., assignor to Chicago 
Development Company, Chicago, 111. Electrolytic dep- 
osition of manganese. 2,347,451 ; Apr. 25. 
Ambrose, Samuel P., Chester, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Funnel bracket. 
2,357,800 ; Sept. 12. . ,„,. x., . . 

Ambruster, Cornelius, Roslyn, assignor to The Electric 
Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Vent 
structure for storage batteries. 2,362,335 ; Nov. 7. 
Amdur, Leon H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric dry shaver. 

2,347,869 ; May 2. . , ^ 

Amdur, Leon H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric dry shaver. 
. 2.347,870 ; May 2. „ ^. . 

Amdur, Leon H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cinematographic 

method and device. 2,357,624 ; Sept. 5. 
Amenabar, Arturo, Santiago, Chile. Treating copper 
ores. 2,357,990 ; Sept. 12. . . , 

Amend, Adolph, Jr. (See Engel, G. C, and Amend, Jr.) 
Amend, Adolph, Jr., Harrington Park, and F. L. Eid- 
mann, deceased, by E. I. Eidmann, Princeton, N. J., 
executrix, assignors to General Time Instruments Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Synchronizing means for 
the hands of clocks. 2,359,459 ; Oct. 3. 
Amer, Donald F., Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Electric 
circuit breaker of the gas-blast type. 2,365,134 ; Dec. 
12. 
Amer, Donald F., and W. H. Webb, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
assignors to A. Reyrolle & Company Limited, Hebburn- 
on-Tyne, England. Alternating current electric circuit 
breaker of the gas-blast type. 2,365,131 ; Dec. 12. 
Amer, Donald F., Newcastle-on-Tyne, and A. Rawling, 
Wallsend-on-Tyne, assignors to A. Reyrolle & Company 
Limited, Hebburn-on-Tyne, England. Electric circuit 
breaker of the gas-blast type. 2,365,132 ; Dec. 12. 
Amer, Donald F., and W. H. Webb, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
assignors to A. Reyrolle & Company Limited, Hebburn- 
on-Tyne, England. Electric circuit breaker of the gas- 
blast type. 2,365,133 ; Dec. 12. 
American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 

Zbornik, Thomas W., assignor.) 
American Aircraft Associates. (See Burrus, Paul B., as- 
signor.) 
American Anode Inc. (See Albright, Raymond W., as- 
signor. ) 
American Anode Inc. (See Beal, Carl L., assignor.) 
American Anode Inc. (See Peikert, Adrian H., assignor.) 
American Anode Inc. (See Szegvari, Andrew, assignor.) 
American Arch Company. (See Antill, Philip W., as- 
signor.) 
American Arch Company. (See Siegel, Chester A., as- 
signor. ) 
American Bank Note Company. (See Menihan, Hugh, as- 
signor.) 
American Bosch Corporation. (See Erickson, Theodore A., 

assignor.) 
American Bosch Corporation. (See Gibson, R. H., and 

Crocker, assignors.) 
American Bosch Corporation. (See Kongsted, L. P., and 

Henschke, assignors.) 
American Box Board Company. (See Kearns, Richard E., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Company, The. (See Meuller, Emil G., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Puller, Harold, 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Habel, Berger R., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company, The. (See Houston, 

J. v., and Habel. assignors.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Irvin, Harry C, 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Lidkea, Harvey J., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Morgan, Porter S., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Olson, Walter J., 

assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Pogue, K. B., and 

Trainer, assignors.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Ratkowskl, Thomas 

A., assignor.) 
American Brake Shoe Company. (See Trainer, Maurice 
N., assignor.) 



American Bridge Company. (See Sohn, Jesse S., as- 
signor.) 
American Broach & Machine Co. (See Podesta, John W., 

assignor.) 
American Cabinet Hardware Corporation. (See Borchers, 

Earl, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Almgren, August E., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Atkinson, Reid G., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Baechle, J. E., and 

Nlcholls, assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Butler, William P., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Eckman, George E., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Einloth, Henry, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Erb, G. C, and Reese, 

assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Geertsen, Nelson, as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Gordon, J. H., Jr., and 

Grover, assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor. ) 
American Can Company. (See Hothersall, J. M., and 

Murch, assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Hubbell, Arthur C, as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Jones, Lyman L., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Jordan, Warren D., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Kruse, Orlin O., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Le Frank, John D., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Macdonald, Alan J., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Magill, Donald G., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Martin, William M., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Martin, William McK., 

assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Melzer, Julius, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Morton, Wirt, and Magill, 

assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Nordquist, Ronald E. J., 

assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Nyden, Robert, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Paynter, Horace J., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Pechy, William, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Peck, Carl F., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Pelosi, Nicholas, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Peterson, Howard B., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Reese, Garland W., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Reid, Robert W., assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Roberts, Fred O., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Robinson, John E., as- 
signor. ) 
American Can Company. (See Robinson, J. E., and 

Bigger, assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Robinson, M. E., and 

Henderson, assignors.) 
American Can Company. (See Rooaey, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 
American Can Company. (See Socl^e, John E.) 
American Can Company. (See Sundell, Knute, assignor.) 
American Can Company. (See Taylor, Russell C, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Taylor, William E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Then, Edward O., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Tofanelli, Olinto J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Vitense, Harold R., as- 
signor. 1 

American Can Company. (See White, Richard J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Wilgus, Joseph F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Wobbe, Delbert E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Wolfe, H. J., and Greubel, 
assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Anchor, 
Charles J., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Cassens, 
F. G., and Evans, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Christiansen, 
John, assignor.) 

American Car and Founflry Company. (See Clade, Robert, 

assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Claus, W. P., 

and Hill, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Evans, M. S., 

and Stolberg, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Folmsbee, 

Clyde H., assignor.) 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



American Car and Foundry Company. (See Golden, J. P., 

and Meyer, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Hummer, 

Charies I., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Joy, Robert 

W., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kassler, 

Adoipli, assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Knox, David 

M., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kump, Henry, 

assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Maulding, 

Artliur W., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See McBride, 

J. J., Schroeder, and Willougliby, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Pancake, 

Herman H., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Pancake, 

H. H., and Stiields, assignors.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Stiields, Rob- 
ert A., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Comp|any. (See Sully, John, 

assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Wrobbel, 

Rudolph, assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Investment Corporation. (See 

Stanton, Warren F., assignor.) 
American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Moore, Wil- 
liam D., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Bratz, Otto J., 

assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Bratz, O. J., 

and Baluss, assignors.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Reyburn, John 

R., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Robinson, 

Harry G., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Southwell, R. J., 

and Conner, assignors.) 
American Chicle Company. (See Hartwig, C. E., and 

Lougovoy, assignors.) 
American Coach & Body Company, The. (See Kelleher, 

Daniel, assignor.) 
American Coach & Body Company, The. (See Kelleher, 

D., and Holan, assignors.) 
American Coach & Body Company, The. (See Troche, H. 

J., and Holan, assignors.) 
American Coating Mills, Inc. (See Gilbert, Clyde L., 

assignor.) 
American Crucible Company. (See Hubbell, George T., 

assignor.) 
American Cutting Alloys, Inc. (See Schwarzkopf, Paul, 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Anderson, George 

W., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Barnes, R. B., and 

Moore, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ashley, Kenneth D., 

assignor.^ 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ashley, K. D., and 

Cook, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Barnes, B. B. and 

Moore, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Boor, Ladislav, as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. . ( See Booth, Robert B., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Bradley, Theodore 

F., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Caryl, C. R., Thurs- 
ton and Kaiser, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Cassaday, Jack T., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Christmann, L. J., 

Jayne, and Erickson, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Cook, E. W., and 

Moss, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Cook, B. W., and 

Thomas, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Davis, Arnold R., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Davis, H. S., and 

Newey, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Dean, Russell T., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Dean, R. T., and 

Hook, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ericks, Walter P., 

assignor.) 
American (Cyanamid Company. (See Ericks, W. P., and 

Meincke, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ericks, W. P., and 

Williams, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Faith, H. B., and 

Winnek, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Compny. (See Feinstone, Wolfife 

H., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Foster, G. H., and 

Lento, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Grant, Orin B., as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Grim, J. M., and 
Niedercorn, assignors.) 



( See Hechenbleikner, 
(See Hedley, N., and 



American Cyanamid Company 

Ingenuin, assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. 

Kress, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Herkenhoff, Earl C 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Hood, Robert L, 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Howard, Kenneth 

Li., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Hultquist, Martin 

E., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Jayne, David W 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Jayne, D W Jr 

and Day, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Jayne, D. W., Jr 

Day, and Erickson, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Jayne, D. W., Jr., 

Day, and Gieseke. assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Johnston, E. P., Jr., 

and van Loo, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Johnston, William 

B., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kaiser, Donald W., 

assignor.) 
Anierican (Jyanamid Company. (See Kienle, R. H., and 

Amick, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kienle, R. H., Amick, 

and Kerns, assignors.) 
Arnerican Cyanamid Company. (See Kienle, R. H., Park, 

Benbrook, and Grieb, assignors.) 
Anierican Cyanamid Company. (See Kienle, R. H., and 

Petke, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kirk, P. M., and 

McClellan, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kirk, P. M., and 

Paden, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kropa, Edward L , 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kuh, Erwin, as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Lacey, H. T., and 

Lecher, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Landes, Chester G., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Laury, Napoleon A., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Light, D. W., and 

Nute, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Maust, E. J., and 

Hollingsworth, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See McClellan, P. P., and 

Bacon, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See McClellan, P. P.. 

and Ericks.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See McLachlan, Dan, 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See McClellan, P P 

and Ericks, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Mead, H. L., and 

Maust, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Mecco, Jerry M., as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Meincker, Edmund 

R., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Migrdichlan, 

Vartkes, assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Moore, William, as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Northey, Elmore 

H., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Northey, E. H., and 

Hultquist, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Oldham, Wilbur N., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Orem, Henry P 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Osborne. John L., 
assignor. ) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Pelker, Alfred L., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Pineo, Orrin W., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ripper, Kurt E., as- 
signor. ) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Roblin, Richard O., 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Roblin, R. O., Jr., 

and Anderson, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Roblin, R. O., Jr., 

and Winnek, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Salvin, V. S., and 

Hill, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Schroy, Paul C, 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Shepard, S. W., and 

Magielnicki, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Shurcliff, William 

A., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Stearns, Edwin I., 

Jr., assiarnor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Stlegler, H. W., and 

Fluck, assignors.) 



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American Cyanamld Company. (See Swain, R. C, and 

Adams, assignors.) 
American Cyanamld Company. (See Thurston, Jack T., 

assignor. ) 
American Cyanamld Company. (See Thurston, J. T., and 

Grim, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Thurston, J. T., and 

Nagy, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Thurston, J. T., 

and Sperry, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Tomlinson, William 

R., Jr., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Uncles, R. F., and 

Kurtz, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Vitalis, Emil A., as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Watkins, W. H., 

Clark, and Swanson, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See West, Herbert J., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamld Co. (See Williams, James H., as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Wohnsiedler, H. P., 

and Thomas, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Clark, 

Charles H., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Young, 

Ouy B., assignor.) 
American Dairies Incorporated, et al. (See Graham, 

William R., Jr., assignor.) 
American Diagrid Corporation. (See Szego, Stephen D., 

assignor.) 
American Display Company, The. (See Dunkelberger, 

Milton S., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Evans, 

Francis C, assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Farmer, 

P. M., and Bloser, assignors.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Farmer, 

P. M., Bloser, and Kleinknecht, assignors.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Lindsay, 

M. H. A., and Woloschak, assignors.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Muehter, 

Manfred W., assignor.) 
American Dyewood Company. (See Drew, Raymond L., 

asisgnor.) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (See von Henke, 

Edmund J., assignor.) 
American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., 

and Thomas, assignors.) 
American Electro Metal Corporation. (See Goetzel, Claua 
, G., assignor.) 
American Elevator & Machine Company. (See Hadsel, 

Harry, assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Bennett, Joseph S., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Koons, Charles V., 

assignor. ) 
American Engineering Company. (See Lavsfrence, How- 
ard P., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Oberholtzer, Paul 

N., assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Bouhuys, A. G., and 

Carico, assignors.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Henry, William V., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Jackson, Arthur L., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Jacokes, J. W., Schll- 

thuis, and Thurmond, assignors.) 
Americnn Enka Corporation. (See Koch, Theodoor, as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Moritz, A. J. L., Jack- 
son, and Thurmond, assignors.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Polak, James J., as- 
signor.) 

American Fastener Company, The. (See Kiessling, Max, 
assignor.) 

American Felt Company. (See Boeddinghaus, Hugo, as- 
signor.) 

American Fork & Hoe Company. (See Wood, Conrad, as- 
signor.) 

American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See Leh- 
man, Edgar A., assignor.) 

American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See Turn- 
bull, David C, assignor.) 

American Gas Accumulator Company. (See Abramson, 
H., and Eckers, assignors.) 

American Gas Accumulator Company. (See Oestnaes, 
Victor L., assignor.) 

American Geochemical Corporation. (See Beckman, 
Arnold O., assignor.) 

American Hard Rubber Company. (See Reppert, Roland, 
assignor.) 

American Hard Rubber Company. (See Siedschlag, K. G., 
and Hilldring, assignors.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Gold, Rus- 
sell S., assignor.) 

American Hatters and Furriers Company, Incorporated. 
(See Mercier, Warren C, assignor.) 

American Heat Reclaiming Corporation. (See Setter- 
wall, Folke N. H., assignor.) 

American Heat Reclaiming Corporation. (See Strom, 
Sven G., assignor.) 



American Hoist & Derrick Company. (See LjungkuU, 

Rolf E., assignor.) 
American Hoist & Derrick Company. (See Stoddard, 

Robert J., assignor.) 
American Home Products Corporation. (See Miller, Louis 

P., assignor.) 
American Home Products Corporation. (See Wisansky, 

Walter A., assignor.) 
American Houses, Inc. (See McLaughlin, Robert W., Jr., 

assignor.) 
American Houses, Inc. (See Taylor, Walter K., assignor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Bertsch, Heinrich, 

assignor.) 
American Instrument Company. (See Russell, George W., 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Ironing Machine Co. (See Peters, Arthur H., 

assignor.) 
American-La France-Foamite Corporation. (See Aldrich, 

Leo S., assignor.) 
American-LaFrance-Foamite Corporation. (See Lindsay, 

Charles H., assignor.) 
American-La France-Foamite Corporation. (See Shep- 

pard, Allan G., assignor.) 
American-La France-Foamite Corporation. (See White, 

Clifford B., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Bicknell, George R., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Bicknell, G. R., and Heidenf elder, assignors.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Mat- 
thews, A., Pauly, and Maxon, assignors.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Pauly, 

Robert C, assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Pres- 
ton, John E., as^gnor. ) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Ver- 

milya, James N., assignor.) 
American Lead Pencil Company. (See Juelss, David, as- 
signor.) 
American Lecithin Company. (See Eichberg, Joseph. 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Farkas, G. B., and 

Gunter, assignors.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Gunter, Addison Y., 

assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Harrington, Ar- 
thur P., assignor.) 

American Locomotive Company. (See Reichhelm, Ed- 
ward, assignor.) 

.American Locomotive Company. (See Vaughan, P. S., and 
Infanger, assignors.) 

American Lumber & Treating Co. (See Gottschalk, F. W., 
and Angell, assignors.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Arelt, 
Charles, assignor.) 

American Machine and Foundry Company. (See Di lanni, 
Frank, assignor.) 

American Machine and Foundry Company. (See Naftall, 
Valentine, assignor.) 

American Machine and Foundry Company. (See Patter- 
son, M., and Rundell, assignors.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Rundell, 
Rupert E., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Schmidt, 
A. J., and Jackson, assignors.) 

American Machine and Foundry Company. (See Stein, 
J. A., and Whipple, assignors.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Tone, 
Frederick F., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Co. (See Warren, James 
W.., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Weida, 
Millard F., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Wells, 
Franklin H., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Whitaker, 
TJncas A., assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Bassett, Rex 
E., Jr., assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Bryson, Tandy 
A., assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Davis, Archi- 
bald H., Jr., assignor.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Lyon, S. W., 
and Huyser, assignors.) 

American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Webb, Albert 
E., assignor.) 

American Maize-Products Company. (See Buchanan, B. 

F., and Drury, assignors.) 
American Blaize-Products Company. (See Buchanan, B. 

F., and Lloyd, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Lloyd, R. L., 

and Prentiss, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Schopmeyer, H. 

H., and Arnold, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Schopmeyer, 

H. H., and Felton, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Schopmeyer, 

H. H., and Kaufmann, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Walsh, J. F., 

and Miller, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



American Maize-Products Company. (See Weber, Harry 

M., assignor.) 
American Manufacturing Company. (See Robinson, H. C, 

and Challis, assignors.) 
American Marine Engineering Corporation. (See Moore, 

V. B., and Tsoneff, assignors.) 
American Measuring Instruments Corporation. (See 

Koger, Henry, assignor.) 
American Metal Company, Limited, The. (See Bierly, 

Nevin R., assignor.) 
American Metal Company, Limited. (See Graves, Ritson 

H., assignor.) 
American Metal Company, Limited. (See Monson, Wal- 
ter T., assignor.) 
American Metal Crafts Company. (See Okerholm, C. H., 

and Pasquale, assignors.) 
American Molded Products Co. (See Moxey, Fred W., 

assignor.) 
American MonoRail Company, The. (See Harris, Frank 

C, assignor.) 
American Nepheline Corporation. (See Hubler, William 

G., assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Bennett, A. H., and 

Estey, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Bennett, A. H., Estey, 

and Styll, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Bernheim, Daniel P., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Bernheim, D. P., and 

Glasberg, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Canning, William P., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Carlson, George W., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Casavant, Stuart F., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Cozzens, C. C, and 

Splaine, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Jarrett, Tracy C, as- 
signor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Joyce, William J., as- 
signor.) 
American Optical Company, et al. (See Kelleher, Joseph 

T., assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Lehmberg, William H., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Moulton, Harold R., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Peck, W. F., and 

Gradisar, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Pincus, Alexis G., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Rlller, Joseph M., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Schauweker, George 

H., assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Splaine, Edward M., 

assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Splaine, E. M., and 

Lehmberg, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, E. D., Silver- 
berg, and Bernheim, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Wrighton, W. J., and 

Jarrett, assignors.) 
American Ore Reclamation Company. (See Shallock, 

Ed^yard W., assignor.) 
American Ore Reduction Corporation. (See Hodson, 

Frank, and Hirsch, assignors.) 
American Ozone Company. (See Daily, James M., as- 
signor.) 
American Pad & Textile Company, The. (See Brown, 

Frederick L., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Martin, 

Clair L., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Monroe, 

Charles Z., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Spurr, 

Robert, assignor.) 
American Pattern and Manufacturing Co. (See Miller, 

Raymond J., assignor.) 
American Photocopy Equipment Co. (See Creange, Ar- 
thur L., assignor.) 
American Pipe and Construction Co. (See Jenkins, Fred 

F., assignor.) 
American Pipe & Steel Corporation. (See Lane, Jack, 

assignor.) 
American Platinum Works, The, et al. (See Comstock, 

Gregory J., assignor.) 
American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Black, L. 

G., Fitch, and Suhr, assignors.) 
American Racing Pigeon Union, The. (See Woodhall, 

Edwin J., assignor.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See (jleorg, Bernard, assignor.) 
American Reenforced Paper Company. (See Jackson, P. 

T., Jr., and Anderson, assignors.) 
American Research and Development Corp. (See Roll- 
man. E. E., and Beauvais, assignors.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Ashworth, 

James E., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Carpenter, 

V. W., Jackson, and Lucas, assignors.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Cleve, 

Arthur F., assignor.) 



American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Gage, G., 
and Hughes, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Hays, N. E., 
Hoover, and Taylor, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Hudson, 
Edwin B., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Hudson, 
E. B., and Schlup, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Shafer, 
George E., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Spaulding, 
A. W., and Robertson, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Washburn, 
Donald H., assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Kleinmann, 
Max, assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Fleming, John S., 
assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Hageman, Louis 
F., assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Mosher, Ferdinand 
H., assignor.) 

American Screw Company. (See (Hark, Eugene E., as- 
signor.) 

American Screw Company. (See Muenchlnger, Herman 
G., assignor.) 

American Screw Company. (See Tomalis, Joseph J., as- 
signor.) 

American Seal-Kap Co riw ration of Delaware. (See 
Clark, K., and Vore, assignors.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See Good- 
win, C. W., Martin, and Vore, assignors.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See 
Storrs, Arnold B., assignor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Lee, Roger K., as- 
signor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Orton, Merritt K., 
assignor.) 

American Securit Company, The. (See Long, Bernard, 
assignor. ) 

American Signal Company. (See Ivey, J. W., and Owens, 
assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Beckes, 
Lloyd M., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Blumen- 
thal, Bernhard, assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Crane, 
R. G., and Perkins, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Fleming, 
E. P., and Mcintosh, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Gall, 
C, and Prucha, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Harris, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lebedeff, 
Yurii E., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lister, 
Thomas R., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Muse, 
Robert B., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Phillips. 
A. .T., and Llnford, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Phillips, 
A. J., and Smith, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Porter, 
Carroll B., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Reln- 
hardt, J. C, and Sexton, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Shaw, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Shep- 
ard, H. M., and Knierim, assignors.) 

American Steam Automobile Company. (See Anderson, 
A. G., and Derr, assignors.) 

American Steam Automobile Company. (See Derr, 
Thomas S., assignor.) 

American Steel Derrick Company. (See Funk, Frank A., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Dredge Company Inc. (See Ranch, John 
D., assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Aurien, Ray G., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Aurien, R. G., and Whit- 
ney, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. <See Bachman, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Cottrell, Robert B., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Flesch, Norman, as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Heater, CHiarles L., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Helsten, Welsey A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Klnne, Edmund P., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Lehrman, Leo A., as- 
signor. ) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Light, David M., as- 
signor. ) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Maatman, E. J., and 
CUisun, assignors.) 



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American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, Alfred H., as- 
signors.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Parke, Torsten H., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Rydin, Carl N., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Tack, Carl E., assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Tack, C. B., and Helsteu, 

assignors.) 
American Steel Package Company, The. (See Goshia, 

Herman C, assignor.) 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Aldrich, Wilfred O., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Beckett, RoUin B., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Beckwith, Glenwood J., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Bletso, B. N., Hood, and Morgan, assignors.) 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Brickman, Alan E., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Dentzer, C. J., Shurmer, and Vanek, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See De Wltz, Alfred E. E., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Dyer, Daniel P., Jr., assignor.) 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Elder, Flint C, assignor.) 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Elder, F. C, Henry, and Reed, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire (Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Pebrey, Harold H., assignor.) 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Penner, James M., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Harper, Arthur C, Jr., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Harris, Arch W., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(bee Harris, A. W., and Henry, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Harter, Noah S., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Hillix, Foster P., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See King, A. J., and Robbins, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Lisy, John, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Papazlan, Martin S., assignor.) 
American Steel & Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Peterson, C. H., and Moren, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Roitz, Joseph M., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Sengenberger, Donald P., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Symmes, Daniel D., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Baster, 

Joseph D., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Brick- 
man, A. E., and Trott, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See De La- 
matter, W. W., and Hume, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Harter, 

Noah S., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Horwedel, 

Charles R., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Peskin, 

Leonard C, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Sieurin, 

Oke S., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Symmes, 

Daniel D., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Walker, 

Chandler, assignors. ) 
American Sterilizer Company. (See Alexander, Horace 

W., assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Kauffman, L. S., and 

Douglas, assignors.) 
American Stove (Company. (See Moecker, H., Jr., and 

Lotter, assignors.) 
American Stove Company. (See Moecker, H., Jr., Frick, 

Meacham, and White, assignors.) 
American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, A., and 

Eichelsbach, assignors.) 
American Sundries Company. (See Hettinger, George, 

assignor.) 
American Tag Company. (See Swett, D. M., and Van 

Tuyl, assignors.) 
American Tag Company. (See Van Tuyl, Sidney E., as- 
signor.) aggl 
American Telephone and ■ Telegraph Company. ( See 

Anspach, Russell J., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Anspach, R. J., and Martin, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bixel, Edward C, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Blessing, lieonard M., assignor.) 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Borge- 
sou Carl A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bromm, Fred H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Brooks, C. E., assignor, and Flint.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Freeman, Albert E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Green, E. I., and Monk, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Jacobsen, Morris H. L., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ken- 
nedy, William J., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Sec Mac- 
Ken, Harold I., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mar- 
tin, Wade B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mar- 
tin, W. B., and Weinmann, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Miller, 
Arthur G., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Moody, D. L., Newby, and Shipley, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Nelswinter, James T., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Nelswinter, J. T., and Hor.sey, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Newell, Charles E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Perry, 
Donald B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Rank, Paul J., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Rhoads, Charles S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Rose, 
Allen M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Roundburg, Eric A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Soderholm, J. S., and Breen. assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Weber, Edward H., Jr., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Wie- 
gand, Frank H., assignor.) 

American Thermometer Company. (See Eskin, Samuel 
G., assignor.) 

American Throttle Company. (See Scott, James K., as- 
signor.) 

American Tobacco Company, The. (See Brashear, Doug- 
las W., assignor.) 

American Tool & Machine Co. (See Tholl, John P., as- 
signor.) 

American Tool Works Company, The. (See Hoelscher, 
William G., assignor.) 

American Tool Works Company, The. (See Kullman, A., 
and Waltz, assignors.) 

American Type Founders, Incorporated. (See Kauffeld, 
Theodore J., assignor.) 

American Type Pounders Incorporated. (See Sanford, 
David P., assignor.) 

American Type Pounders, Incorporated. (See Yardeny, 
Michel M., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Ambrose, Samuel 
P., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Boyce, G. L., and 
Castellan, assignors.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Bradnack, J. H., 
Thompson, and Folmer, assignors.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Carroll, Furman G., 
assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Castellan, Carl A., 
assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Cole, Paul M., as- 
signor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Collins, Benjamin 
W., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Davidson, H. O., 
and McDermott, assignors.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Denyssen, Ivanhoe 
P., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Denyssen, I. P., and 
Pfalzgraff, assignors.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Francis, Carleton 
S., Jr., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Hanse, William C, 
assignor. ) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Heymann, Karl, 
assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Hollihan, John P., 
Jr., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Lodge, Alvin, as- 
signor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Long, Frederick F., 
assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See McDermott, Henry 
J., assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Pistor, Christel, 
assignor. ) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Shontz, William, as- 
signor. ) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Spangler, L. K., 
and Pratt, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



American Viscose Corporation. (See Spangler, L. K., and 
Schrader, assignors.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Thompson, Donald 
C, assignor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Wedler, Fredericlj 
C, assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Company. (See Kieser, Hugo, as- 
signor.) 

American Voith Contact Co. Inc. (See Schumacher, 
Fritz, assignor.) 

American Well & Prospecting Company. (See Anderson, 
Carl M., assignor.) 

American Well Works, The. (See Walker, James D., as- 
signor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Grein, S. F., 
and Magrini, assignors.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Klages, Nor- 
man H., assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Weihs, Theo- 
dor G., assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See White, Theodore 
G., assignor.) 

American Wood-Preservers' Association. (See Seller, 
James F., assignor.) 

Ameritan Wood Products. (See Wasiewicz, N., and Czar- 
necki, assignors.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Mac- 
Intire, Walter H.. assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Monk, 
Reginald H., assignor.) 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., Hanover, N. H. Demonstrating and 
testing visual space perception. 2,340,856 ; Feb. 8. 

Ames, Fltz-Gerald, et al. (See Downey, James J., as- 
signor.) 

Ames, Forrest C. (See Jones, B. M., and Ames.) 

Ames, Raymond A. (See Wlnberg, T. W., and Ames.) 

Ames, W. R., Company. (See Folsom, Rolfe A., assignor.) 

Amick, Chester A. (See Kienle, R. H., and Amick.) 

Aniick, Chester A. (See Kienle, R. H., Amick, and Kerns.) 

Amino Products Corporation. (See Van Valkenburgh, 
Edward A., assignor.) 

Ammen, Francis D., Los Angeles, Calif. Rein-pull re- 
corder. 2,341,534; Feb. 15. 

Ammon, Conrad, Jr„ Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Stiff- 
ening portions of the uppers of shoes. 2,339,448 ; Jan. 
18. 

Ammon, Edward R., Reading, Pa. Hosiery Inspecting ma- 
chine. 2,363,380 ; Nov. 21. 

Amner, Harry W. (See Pruiett, C. L., and Amner.) 

Amos, Howard W., assignor of one-third to T. B. Mc- 
Carthy, Syracuse, N. Y., and one-third to J. D. Clark, 
Chicago, 111. Bellows cushion for upholstery. 
2,350.711 ; June 6. 

Amos, James L. (See Prank, J. C, Amos, and Straubel.) 

Amos, James L., R. H. Boundy and K. E. Stober, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Pro- 
ducing carbon bisulphide. 2,350,320 ; June 6. 

Amphibian Car Corporation. (See Hofheins, R. W., Har- 
rington, Thomas, and Dubosclard. assignors.) 

Amrine, Leclare H., assignor to Imperial Molded Prod- 
ucts Corporation, Chicago, 111. Insert for molded ar- 
ticles. 2,345.371 ; Mar. 28. 

Ams. Max, Machine Company, The. (See Brenzinger, 
Julius, assignor.) 

Amsden, George H., Farmington, N. Mex. Oil clarifier. 
2,338,158 ; Jan. 4. 

Amsden, Ralph D., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Battery servicing. 2,347,452 ; Apr. 

Amsler-Morton Company, The. (See Morton, William A., 

assignor.) 
Amstutz, Albert, Bowling Green Township, Marion 

County, Ohio. Strainer holder. 2,349,691 ; May 23. 
Amstuz, John O., assignor to Behr-Mauning Corporation, 

Troy, N. Y. Apparatus for coating. 2,356,489 ; Aug. 

Amtsberg, Lester A (See Maginniss, H. J., and Amts- 
berg.) 

Amtsberg, Lester A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Chicago 

Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Impact 

tool. 2,341,497 ; Feb. 8. 
Amyot, Louis J. A., • Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Girdle. 

2.360,032 ; Oct. 10. 
Anabolic Food Products, Inc. (See Wigelsworth, Arthur 

E., assignor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Frick, Frederick 

F., assignor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Nelson, James 

J., assignor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Ruckwardt, 

Kurt F., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. (See Brulning, 

Carl, assignor.) 
Anaconda WMre and Cable Company. (See Engh, Harold 

v., assignor.) 
Anastasorf; Vladimir. (See Weiss, F. T., and Anastasoff.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Geertsema, 

Kenneth B., assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Gibbs, John C, 

assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Von Till, Louis 

A., assignor.) 



Anchor, Charles J., Buffalo, assignor to American Car 
and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Article car- 
rier. 2,363,276 : Nov. 21. 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Bell, William D., 
assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Gibbs, John C, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See McNamara, 
William L., assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Stover, Harry 
E., assignor.) 

Anchor Manufacturing Company. (See Young, Arthur A., 
assignor.) 

Ancrum, Robert W^, Stockton-on-Tees, England, assignor 
to Titan Company Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Manufacture of titanium pigments. 2,365,135 ; Dec. 12. 

Andale Company. (See McNeal, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Andaliklewicz, Boley A., and D. T. Carlson, assignors to 
C. E. Hovey, trustee, Kansas City, Mo. Article testing 
machine. 2,352,880 ; Jujy 4. 

Anders, Roy, Center Township, Marshall County, as- 
signor of one-half to J. W. Pletcher, Jr., South Bend, 
Ind. Thread tap gauge. 2,349,330 ; May 23. 

Andersen, Andrew C, assignor to Ternstedt Manufactur- 
ing Company, Detroit, Mich. Adjustable automobile 
seat. 2.352,358 ; June 27. 

Andersen, Axel B., New Rochelle, and K. Horn, assignors 
to P. L. Smith & Co., New York, N. Y. Agglomerating. 
2,356,024; Aug. 15. 

Andersen, Bjorn, Maplewood, E. A. Grenquist, Bloomfield, 
and R. H. Ball, Cranford, N. J., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Cellulose derivative composition and its use. 2,349,331 ; 
May 23. 

Andersen, Leif. (See TuUy, J. K., Andersen, and Jones.) 

Andersen, Mads C, San Benito, Tex. Slide rule. 
2,341,681 ; Feb. 15. 

Andersen, Thomas K., West New Brighton, N. Y. Dig- 
ging attachment for tractors or the like. 2,365,164 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Andersen, Tonnes C, Ruthton, Minn. Shaving device. 
2,339,831 ; Jan. 25. 

Anderson, A. Arthur, Rose Township, assignor to Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, 
Minn. Automatic pressure-sensitive adhesive tape dis- 
penser. 2,346,142 ; Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Albert E., Holbrook, assignor to Submarine 
Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Recorder. 2,350,994 ; 
June 13. 

Anderson, Albert & J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Johanson, Herman, assignor.) 

Anderson, Alfred M. (See Warren, L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Alvin P., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Corrosion-p'e- 
ventive hydrocarbon oil. 2,344.016 ; Mar. 14. 

Anderson, Anders G. (See Johnson, R. E., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Anders G., Brooklyn, assignor to Arenco Ma- 
chine Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for handling tubes. 2,361,001 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Andrew J., Minneapolis, Minn. Eye-forming 
machine. 2,362.522 ; Nov. 14. 

Anderson, Andrew T. (See Hesslein, M. B., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Andrew T. (See Young, H. B., Anderson, 
and Grover.) 

Anderson, Andrew T., Dover, N. J. Coating machine. 
2,362.457: Nov. 14. 

Anderson, Andrew T., Dover, N. J. Coating apparatus. 
2,363,487 ; Nov. 28. 

Anderson, Andrew W., Vallejo, Calif. Wielding device. 
2,360,837 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Anton G., Arlington, and T. S. Derr, Newton, 
assignors of one-third to American Steam Automobile 
Company, Middlesex County, Mass. Artificial fog pro- 
duction. 2,352,677 ; July 4. 

Anderson, Arthur A., Rose Township, Ramsey County, 
assignor to Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Adhesive tape dispenser and 
appiier. 2,363,277 ; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, Arthur C, Three Lakes, Wis. Doll swing. 
2,341,754; Feb. 15. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Media, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Registering means for automatic 
reclosing circuit breaker systems. 2,340,635 ; Feb. 1. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Cornwall, Pa., assignor to Bethlehem 
Steel Company. Washing of filter bags. 2,351,652 ; 
June 20. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Haverford Township, Delaware 
County, and W. P. Simpson, Lansdowne, Pa., assignors 
to General Electric Company. Automatic reclosing 
circuit breaker equipment. 2,358.136 ; Sept. 12. 

Anderson, August P., assignor to Penn Electric Switch 
Co., Goshen, Ind. Thermostatic expansion valve. 
2,351,313 ; June 13. 

Anderson, August P., assignor to Penn Electric Switch 
Co., Goshen, Ind. Filter and drier. 2,365,149 ; Dec. 19. 

Anderson, Axel. (See Brown, R. A., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Axel H. (See Baum, A. F., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Benjamin H., Madison, Wis. Portable milking 
machine. 2,357,373; Sept. 5. 

Anderson Box Company. (See Schaefer, Norbert P., as- 
signor.) 



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Anderson, Bror, Saltsjo-Duvnas, and H. WSngsjO, as- 
signors to Aktiebolaget Asea Svetsmasklner, Stock- 
holm, Sweden. Joining workplaces by means of resist- 
ance welding. 2,352,754 ; July 4. 

Anderson, Carl L., assignor to Eagle Signal Corporation, 
Moline, 111. Timing mechanism. 2,352,156 ; June 27. 

Anderson, Carl M., assignor to American Well & Pros- 
pecting Company, Corsicana Tex. Variable speed re- 
versing mechanism. 2,342.507 ; Feb. 22. 

Anderson, Carl M., assigrnor to American Well & Prospect- 
ing Company, Corsicana, Tex. Draw works. 2,356,371 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Anderson, Carl M., Corsicana, Tex., assignor to American 
Well & Prospecting Company. Universal speed con- 
trol for multiple prime movers. 2,360,753 ; Oct. 17. 

Anderson, Chester S., St. Charles, 111. Oarlock. 
2,349,692 ; May 23. 

Anderson, Clarence T. (See Dean, R. S., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Clayton & Co. (See Fash, Ralph H., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Clayton G., Portland, Oreg. Draft control 
means for furnaces. 2,348,950 ; May 16. 

Anderson, Conrad A., assignor to Blackhawk Mfg. Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Drill. 2,360,385 ; Oct. 17. 

Anderson, David C, Manhattan, Kans. Basic filling for 
tooth cavities. 2,361,161 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Edmund B., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Wamer 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Method of and apparatus for 
generating arcuate raceways. 2,352,753 ; July 4. 

Anderson, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Molded barrel- 
shaped container. 2,351,387 ; June 13. 

Anderson, Edward J., Lincoln, Nebr. Clinlrer disposal 
means. 2,359,279 ; Oct. 3. 

Anderson. Elmer T. (See Jackson, P. T., Jr., and An- 
derson.) 

Anderson, Emil, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y., assignor to 
Reynolds Metals Company, Richmond, Va. Machine 
for manufacturing • and applying bottle caps. 
2,343,358; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., Chicago, 111. Electrical fixture. 
2,349,924: May 30. 

Anderson, Evald, North Qulncy, Mass. Control mecha- 
nism for dampers. 2,339,666 ; Jan. 18. 

Anderson, Evald, North Quincy, Mass. Dial damper reg- 
ulator. 2,345,997 ; Apr. 4. 

Anderson, Evald, North Quincy, Mass. Diel damper regu- 
lator. 2,350,441 ; June 6. 

Anderson, Frank W., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to The Philip 
Carey Manufacturing Company. Blowing maclilne. 
2,355,358 ; Aug. 8. 

Anderson, Fred E., Taft, Oreg. Cutter cable. 2,349,573 ; 
May 23. 

Anderson, Frithiof B., Oakhurst, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New Yorlj, N. Y 
Electron discharge device circuit. 2,346,545 ; Apr, 11. 

Anderson, George R., assignor to J. M. Hopwood, Mount 
Lebanon, Pa. Control system. 2,349,329 ; May 23. 

Anderson George W. (See Roblin, R. O., Jr., and An- 
derson.) 

Anderson, George W., Port Washington, assignor to 
United States Plywood Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Cylindrical coupling for hollow tubing. 2,347,534 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Anderson, George W., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preparing 
sulphanilyl aryl guanidines. 2,357,249 ; Aug. 29. 

Anderson, (Jeorge W„ Stamford, CJonn., assignor to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. p,p'-Di- 
aminobenzil. 2,359,280 ; Oct. 3. 

Anderson, George W., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Sulphon- 
amide derivatives of 2-amino-oxazole and their produc- 
tion. 2,362,336 ; Nov. 7. 

Anderson, George W., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Making 2- 
aminooxazole. 2,362,337 ; Nov. 7. 

Anderson, Gilbert L., Flushing, and F. C. Ryan, Yonkers, 
N. Y. ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Card 
register. 2,356,495 ; Aug. 22. 

Anderson, Gilbert R. (See Netherly, G. P., Cross, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Gilbert R., Elsmere, assignor to Hercules Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Rosin base resin. 
2,344,194; Mar. 14. 

Anderson, Gilbert R., Elsmere, assignor to Hercules Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Coating compostion. 
2,346,409 ; Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Gordon R., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Ventilation of electrical 
machines. 2,357,923 ; Sept. 12. 

Ajnderson, Gordon R., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Centrifugal apparatus. 
2,361,906- Nov. 7. 

Anderson, Gustaf W., Glastonbury, assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Pond Company, West Hartford, Conn. Deep 
hole drill. 2,346,546 ; Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Helmer, Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Mills, Inc. Bag closure and making same. 
2,358,125 ; Sept. 12. 

Anderson, Irvin M., Kemptvllle, Ontario, Canada. 
Article feeding device. 2,343,515 ; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, James H., Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Oiling device. 
2,349,131 ; May 16. 



Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Cutting machine. 2,345,314 ; Mar. 28. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Scarfing. 2,346,718 ; Apr. 18. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cut- 
ting. 2,347,245 ; Apr. 25. 

Anderson, James L,, Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cutting 
machine for round billets. 2,347,804 ; May 2. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Billet 
scarfing apparatus. 2,351,653 ; June 20. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tube 
welding and smoothing. 2,352,306 ; June 27. 

Anderson. James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for welding and smoothing seams. 2,360,636 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Torch 
support. 2,363,036 ; Nov. 21. 

Anderson. James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Welding. 2,363,828; Nov. 28. 

Anderson, James T., Hillmorton, Rugby, England, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Manufacture of fluores- 
cent lamps and screens. 2,339,131 ; Jan. 11. 

Anderson, John. (See McAllister, S. H., Anderson, and 
Ross.) 

Anderson, John, Berkeley, R. M. Stager, Jr.,, Albany, and 
S. H. McAllister, Lafayette, assignors to Shell Devel- 
opment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Treatment 
of vinyl type halides. 2,359,459 ; Oct. 3. 

Anderson, John E., Portland, assignwr to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Pacldng. 2,339,042 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Anderson, John L., New York, N. Y. Hat box. 2,343,128 ; 
Feb. 29. 

Anderson, John W., Danbury, Conn. Cosmetic stick ex- 
pellant holder. 2,345,315 ; Mar. 28. 

Anderson, Lawrence C, assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Valve. 2,362,338 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Anderson, Leslie J., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Microphone. 2,352,305 ; 
June 27. 

Anderson, Leslie J., and A. H. Kettler, Haddonfield, N. J., 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Signal 
translating apparatus. 2,345,996 ; Apr. 4. 

Anderson, Lloyd L., and N. J. Van Dam, Grand Rapids, 
assignors to Winters & Crampton Corporation, Grand- 
ville, Mich. Latch mechanism. 2,341,416 ; Feb. 8. 

Anderson, Lossie E. (See Webber, R. C, and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Martin E. (See Schiel, G. A., and Beren, as- 
signors. ) 

Anderson, Maurice K., Seattle, Wash. Flexible foot 
foundation. 2,352,170 ; Jane 27. 

Anderson, Max L., Los Angeles, Calif. Faucet spray 
nozzle. 2,352,359 ; June 27. 

Anderson, Miner S., Wabasha, Minn. Toy wagon steer- 
ing mechanism. 2,360,188 ; Oct. 10. 

Anderson, Oscar M., assignor to Landers, Frary & Clark, 
New Britain, Conn. Toaster. 2,360,078 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Paul A., Monrovia, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corpora- 
tion. Oil tank for airplane engines. 2,364,119 ; Dec. 5. 

Anderson, Peter A., assignor to Utilities Distributors, Inc., 
Portland, Maine. Portable car heater. 2,350,860 ; 
June 6. 

Ind., assignor to 
Y. Refrigeration. 



Jr., Evansville, 
York, N. Y. 



Ind., assignor to 
Air conditioning. 



Jr., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Refrigeration. 2,363,381 ; 



Anderson, Pliilip P., Jr., Evansville, 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. 
2,338,223 ; Jan. 4. 

Anderson, Philip P., 
Servel, Inc., New 
2,352,930 ; July 4. 

Anderson, Philip P., 

Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y 
Nov. 21. 

Anderson Products, Inc. (See Upton, John.) 

Anderson Products, Inc. (See Upton, J., and Ferguson.) 

Anderson, Ralph L., C. R. Arnold, and L. A. Paradise, as- 
signors to Deere & Company, Moline, 111. Implement 
draft device. 2,349,923 ; May 30. 

Anderson, Raymond T., Berea, assignor to The V. D. 
Anderson Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil settling tank. 
2,365,442 ; Dec. 19. 

Anderson, Rexford 0., Tulsa, Okla. Draw works. 
2,351,654; June 20. 

Anderson, Rexford O., assignor to Foote Bros. Gear and 
Machine Corporation, Chicago, 111. Load pickup de- 
vice. 2,359,275 ; Sept. 26. 

Anderson, Rexford O., assignor to Foote Bros. Gear and 
Machine Corporation, Chicago, 111. Aerial pickup de- 
vice. 2,364,042 ; Dec. 5. 

Anderson, Richard T., St. Paul, and C. Olson, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Door latch. 2,352,465 ; June 27. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Vehicle drive. 2,355,409 ; Aug. 8. 

Anueison, ivouert I. (See McGlone, J. J., and Anderson.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Anderson, Roger, Seattle, Wash. Fracture immobilibation 
splint. 2,346.346: Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Holland L., assignor to Chicago & Southern 
Airlines, Inc., Memphis, Tenn. Electrical ignition sys- 
tem. 2,359,959 ; Oct. 10. 

Anderson, Holland L., assignor to Chicago & Southern 
Air Lines, Inc., Memphis, Tenn. Pumping mechanism. 
2,359,960 ; Oct. 10. 

Anderson. Roy J., assignor to Chicago Flexible Shaft 
Company, Chicago, 111. Automatic bread toaster. 
2,361,446 ; Oct. 31. 

Anderson, Russell (i., Bedford, and J. S. Pollack, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, assignors to Aluminum Company of Amer- 
ica, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cylinder head. 2,339,972 ; Jan. 
25. 

Anderson, Russell M., Kansas City, Mo. Shoe re-arching 
and straightening device. 2,346,344 ; Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Swan 1<\, Rockford, 111. Confection packaging 
machine. 2,355,500; Aug. 8. 

Anderson, Theresia, Brookline, Mass. Sleeping bag. 
2,341,069 ; Feb. 8. 

Anderson, Thomas. (See Morgan, J. D., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, V. D., Company, The. (See Anderson, Ray- 
mond T., assignor. 1 

Anderson, Victor E., Detroit, Mich. Combination storm 
sash and screen structure. 2,365,238 ; Dec. 19. 

Anderson, Victor E., Detroit, Mich. Combination storm 
sash and screen structure. 2,365,239 ; Dec. 19. 

Anderson, Victor G., New Rochelle, and L. Muller, Mer- 
rick, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Thermostatic device. 2,354,655 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Anderson, Volney S., Los Angeles, Calif. Self-trimming 
mold. 2,354,241 ; July 25. 

Anderson, Waldemar E., Montclalr, N. J„ assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Shockproof base. 2,354,642 ; Aug. 1. 

Anderson, Walter A. (See Sundstrand, O. J., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood, Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Car- 
riage return mechanism for accounting machines. 
2,348,048; May 2. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Carbon paper support for accounting machines. 
2.349.693 ; May 23. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Cycle control in accounting, machines. 2,357,571 ; 
Sept 5. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Computing machine. 2,361,002 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Adjustable paper support for accounting machines. 
2,361,003; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Ac- 
counting machine. 2,364.769 ; Dec. 12. 

Anderson, Warren A. (See Kahn, A., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Warren A., New Dorp, Staten Island, N. Y., 
assignor to Radio Corporation of America. Regenera- 
tion of telegraph signals. 2,363,278 ; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, William B., West Springfield, Mass., assignor 
to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 
2,360,189 ; Oct. 10. 

Anderson, William C. (See Carlson, E. T., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, William R., Chicago, 111. Manufacturing bar- 
rels. 2,353,134; July 11. 

Anderson, William T., assignor to Contour Saws, In- 
corporated, Des Plaines, 111. Abrasive band. 2,362,979 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Thermostatic element. 
2.338,563 ; Jan. 4. 

Andersson, Sven W. B., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc.. New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,349,396 ; 
May 23. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Regulator. 2,356,556; 
Aug. 22. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Gas burner. 2,360,310 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Andis Clipper Company. (See Andis, Mathew, assignor.) 

Andis, Mathew, assignor to Andis Clipper Company, Ra- 
cine, Wis. Dry shaving device. 2,345,695 ; Apr. 4. 

Andrea, Fred, New Richmond, Wis. Locking device for 
cans. 2,354,935 ; Aug. 1. 

Andreas, John M., assignor to Technicolor Motion Picture 
Corporation, Hollywood, Calif. Color photography. 
2,357,924; Sept. 12. 

Andrea sson, Rudolf W., Detroit, Mich. Oil hole drill. 
2,348.874; May 16. . 

Andreau, Jean E., Daurat, near Leognan, France ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian, One-way clutch mech- 
anism. 2,349,925 ; May 30. 

Andrppf Alexis D.. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Skis. 
2,356,809 ; Aug. 29. 



Andren, Karl H., assignor to Artos Engineering Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Applying terminals to wire seg- 
ments. 2,340,448 ; Feb. 1. 

Andreotto, Angelo, Clifton, assignor to Botany Worsted 
Mills, Passaic, N. J. Fabric centering device. 
2,340,242; Jan. 25. 

Andreotto, Angelo, Clifton, assignor to Botany Worsted 
Mills, Passaic, N. J. Automatic shear releasing mech- 
anism for fabric shearing machines. 2,342,508 ; Feb. 
22. 

Andres, Lloyd J., Chicago, 111. Remote controller. 
2,344,914 ; Mar. 21. 

Andres, William A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sew- 
ing machine. 2,341,172 ; Feb. 8. 

Andres, William J., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse 
Automotive Air Brake Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Gear shifting mechanism. 2,358,846 ; Sept. 26. 

Andres, William J., Morris, N. Y., and li. S. Sanford, 
Waterbury, Conn., assignors to Bendix-Westinghouse 
Automotive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Fluid 
pressure device. 2,341,587 ; Feb. 15. 

Andresen, Christian A, executor. (See Selby, Dwlght E.) 

Andresen, Kurt H., Bradford, Pa., assignor to Case, 
Pomeroy & Company, New York, N. Y. Treating oil 
wells. 2,365,039 ; Dec. 12. 

Andrew, John P. (See Ledin, C, and Andrew.) 

Andrew, William K., and M. L. Hutchens, Wauwatosa, 
and J. B. Lukey, Milwaukee, assignors to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Work fixture 
and indexing mechanism therefor. 2,359,601 ; Oct. 3. 

Andrews, Alluwee C. (See Brewton, G. M., Andrews, and 
Silva.) 

Andrews, Charles M., Rutland, Vt. Grease-knife cleaner. 
2,338,392 ; Jan. 4. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and M. R. Fenske, State 
College, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Separating hydrocarbon mixtures. 
2,346,639 ; Apr. 18. 

Andrews, Douglas D. (See Teague, W. D. and W. D., Jr., 
Myers, and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Edward D. (See Alderfer, Sterling W., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Automatic phono- 
graph. Re. 22,551 ; Oct. 3. 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Vibrator power supply for 
radio receivers. 2,353,429 ; July 11. 

Andrews, Ij'rederick VV., Akron, Uliio, assignor to The B. 
F. Goodrich Company , New York, N. Y. Putty. 
2,346,408; Apr. 11. 

Andrews and Goodrich, Inc. (See Hansen, Edwin H., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Harold K., Stratford, assignor to E. G. Gaynor, 
Fairfield, Conn. Switch. 2,341,837 ; Feb. 15. 

Andrews, Hervey N., Medford, Oreg. Roof flashing. 
2,360,031: Oct. 10. 

Andrews, Irving B. (See Dow, H. E., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, L V, assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Pulverized fuel burner. 2,341,682 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Andrews, Norman F., Moline, 111., and R. L. Dort, Daven- 
port, Iowa, assignors to Deere & Company, Moline, 111. 
Corn harvester. 2,347,871 ; May 2. 

Andrews, Norwood H., assignor to International Pul- 
verizing Corporation, Moorestown, N. J. Pulverizing. 
2,361,922 ; Nov. 7. 

Andrews, Percival W. (See Dewan, Leon, assginor.) 

Andrews, Thomas. (See Trostler, F., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Thomas. (See Trostler, F., Andrews, and Skel- 
ton.) 

Andrix, Frank H., Niskayuna, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dynamoelectric machine. 2,364,933 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Andros, Charles H. (See Horton, K. W., and Andros.) 

Andrus, Hamlin F. (See Gelbman, Louis, assignor.) 

Andrus, Orrin E., Altadena, Calif., assignor to A. O. 
Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Domestic water 
heater. 2,343,440 : Mar. 7. 
Andrus, Orrin E., Altadena, Calif. Producing coagulum 
for purifying water. 2,359,281 ; Oct. 3. 

Aneiros, Joseph, assignor to E. W. Bliss Company, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Sheet feeding method and gauging mech- 
anism therefor. 2,339,756 ; Jan. 25. 

Anemostat Corporation of America. (See Honerkamp, 
Friedrich, assignor.) 

Anemostat Corporation of America. (See Kurth, F. J., 
and Honerkamp, assignors.) 

Anfinson, Anton, assignor of one-third to O. E. Artus and 
W. Bentley, Deadwood, S. Dak. Window. 2,352,171 ; 
June 27. 

Angel, Charles M., Huntington, W. Va. Apparatus for 
forming bearing metal surfaces on backing metals. 

2.349.397 ; May 23. 

Angel, Charles M., Huntington, W. Va. Apparatus for 
forming bearing metal surfaces on backing metals. 

2.349.398 ; May 23. 

Angel, Henry S., et al. (See Berger, H. G., Nygaard, and 
Angel.) 

Angel, Herbert, Brooklyn, assignor to The Western Union 
Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Storing tele- 
graph signals. 2,350,382 ; June 6. 



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Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Heater for fluids. 2,346,345 ; 

Apr. 11. 
Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

Company, Chicago, 111. Heater for fluids. 2,354,643 ; 

Aug. 1. 
Angell, Herbert W. (See Gottschalk, F. W., and Angell.) 
Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The 

S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Tab 

actuator. 2,349,332 ; May 23. 
Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The 

S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Ad- 
justable chair. 2,352,678 : July 4. 
Anglo California National Bank of San Francisco, The, 

trustee for the benefit of Reconstruction Finance Cor- 

poration. (See Davis, Harry P.) 
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Limited. (See Dunstan, A. E., 

and Birch, assignors.) 
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Limited. (See Howes, D. A., 

and Fawcett, assignors.) 
Anglo Saxon Petroleum Company, Limited. (See Lubbock. 

I., and Nash, assignors.) 
Angst, Walter, Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Square D 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Power meter. 2,345,444 ; 

Mar. 28. 
Angst, Walter, Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Square D 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Pressure gauge. 2,358,613 ; 

Sept. 19. 
Angst, Walter, Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Square D 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Power meter. 2,365,443 ; 

Dec. 19. 
Angus, Katherlne L., administratrix. (See Larkin, James 

Angus, William C. (See Bell, A. S., and Angus.) 

Anheuser, Alfred, West Allis, assignor to E. A. Anheuser, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Method and apparatus for cutting 
file.s. 2.343,271 ; Mar. 7. 

Anheuser-Busch, Incorporated. (See Eble, O. H., and 
JIason, assignor.) 

Anheuser-Busch, Incorporated. (See Harrison, Horace 
E.. assignor.) 

Anheuser-Busch, Incorporated. (See Hartmann, William 
H., assignor.) 

Anheuser-Busch, Incorporated. (Seee Schwaiger, Frank 
H., assignor.) 

Anheuser. Ernest A. (See Anheuser, Alfred, assignor.) 

Anholt, Harry M., Denver, Colo. Ash tray. 2,352,756; 
July 4. 

Animal Trap Company of America. (See Graybill, Her- 
shey R., assignor.) 

Anjeskey, Alphonse F., Cleveland, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Crane & Engineering Company, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Overhead monorail system. 2,358,487 ; Sept. 19. 

Anneberg, Peter V. I. P. (See Beer, P. F., and Anneberg.) 

Annen, James E., and A. Conklin, assignors to Sutherland 
Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Machine for use in 
setting up cellular cartons. 2,341,070 ; Feb. 8. 

Annen, James E., and A. Conklin, assignors to Sutherland 
Paper Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Machine for use 
in setting up cellular cartons. 2,341,071 ; Feb. 8. 

Annesley, Griffith, New York, N. Y. Drill bit. 2,354,656 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Annin, Douglas H. (See Grove, M. H., and Annin.) 

Annin, Douglas H., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Fluid 
Control Engineering Co. Flow control apparatus. 
2..'?44.583 ; Mar. 21. 

Annis, Howard R., Mount Holly, assignor to Arrow Safety 
Device Company, Medford, N. J. Illumination control 
means. 2,352,679 ; July 4. 

Annis, Ross E., North Sudbury, Mass., assignor to Un- 
derwood Machinery Company. System and apparatus 
for hemming sheets of fibrous material. 2,349,233 ; 
May 23. 

Anschicks, Rudolph J., assignor to Protectoseal Company 
of America, Inc., Chicago, 111. Compensator. 2,362,232 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Anschicks, Rudolph J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Pro- 
tectoseal Company of America, Inc. Dump valve. 
2,363,279 ; Nov. 21. 

AnschOtz, Robert, Zella-Mehlis, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Totalizer. 2,341,588 : Feb. 
15. 

Anschiltz, Robert, Zella-Mehlis, Thurlngia, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Cu.stodlan. Bookkeeping 
machine. 2,347,235 ; Apr. 25. 

Anschiitz, Robert, Zella-Mehlis, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Typewriting-calculating 
machine. 2,351,896 : June 20. 

Anschiitz, Robert, Zella-Mehlis, Thurlngia, and R. 
Groschel, Suhl, Thuringia, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Calculating machine. 
2,342,782; Feb. 29. 

Anschiitz, Robert, and A. Merz, Zella-Mehlis, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Typewriter- 
calculating machine. 2,351,897 ; June 20. 

Anschiitz, Robert, and F. Schmidt, Zella-Mehlis, Thurin- 
gia, Germany ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. 
Automatic printer lock for typewriting-accounting ma- 
chines. 2,351,898 ; June 20. 

Anspach, Russell J., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Teletypewriter 
switching system. 2,345,912 ; Apr. 4. 



Anspach, Russell J., Westfield, and W. B. Martin, Ramsey, 
N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Reperforator tape feed-out arrangement. 
2,360,637; Oct. 17. 

Antal, Vincent, Owatonna, Minn. Flexible adjustable le- 
ver drag harrow. 2,347,979 ; May 2. 

Antalek, John J., aBsignor to The Rauland Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Modulation system. 2,348,585 ; May 9. 

Anthes, Clifford C, Union, N. J., assignor to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Blowpipe. 2,348,774 ; 
May 16. 

Anthes Force Oiler Company. (See Hutt, Raymond F., 
assignor.) 

Anthonisen, Robert C. (See Freeman, R. D., and An- 
thonisen.) 

.■Vnthony, Benjamin F., Cleveland Heiglits, assignor to The 
Ferro Engineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Hot top. 
2.341,489; Feb. 15. 

Anthony Company. (See Anthony, William C, assignor.) 
(See Duis, Glenn, assignor.) 
(See Wachter. Lester W., assignor.) 
et al. (See Day, Phillip E., as- 



Anthony Company. 
Anthony Company. 
Antliony, Floyd A. 

signor.) 
Anthony, Harry L. 



and J. C. Turnbull, Pittsburgh, as- 
signors to Scaife Company, Oakmont, Pa. Brazing flux. 
2.344,195 ; Mar. 14. 

Anthony, Herman R. C, Madison, Wis., assignor to Ray- 
O-Vac Company. Making leakproof dry cells. 
2,346,640 ; Apr. 18. 

Anthony, Herman R. C., and H. G. Friang, Madison, as- 
signors to Marathon Battery Company, Wausau, Wis. 
Battery construction. 2,355,197 ; Aug. 8. 

Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Company, 
Streator, 111. Hoist. 2,359,961 ; Oct. 10. 

Antill, Philip W., Ridgefield, N. J., assignor to American 
Arch Company, New York, N. Y. Sectionally supported 
wall. 2.341.971 ; Feb. 15. 

Anton Smit & Co. Inc. (See Wilson, Robert G., assignor.) 

Antonelli, Joseph A., Elgin, assignor to Victor Manu- 
facturing & Gasket Company, Chicago, 111. Oil seal. 
2,348,586 ; May 9. 

Antonelli, Joseph A., Elgin, assignor to Victor Manu- 
facturing & Gasket Company, (jhicago. 111. Seal con- 
struction. 2,348,587 : May 9. 

Antonelli, Leonida, Padova, Italy ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Removing woody matter from 
the stem fibers of textile plants. 2,359,074 ; Sept. 26. 

Antonson, John O., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. P. 
Goodrich Company, New York. N. Y. Protective appa- 
ratus for propellers. 2,365,992 ; Dec. 26. 

Anxionnaz, Ren6, Paris, and R. Imbert, Mantes, France ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Reaction pro- 
pelling device with super-charged engine. 2,356,557 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Anzalone, Ralph, Oceanside. assignor to Aerial Products, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Pistol rocket. 2,344,957 ; Mar. 
28 

A-1 Bit and Tool Company Ltd. (See Barrett, G. J., and 
Robichaux. assignors.) 

Apco Mossberg Company. (See Storrie, William, as- 
signor.) 

Apel Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. 
Fields, George C, assignor.) 

Apel, .Tohn H. (See Millikin, A. 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing 
Ehrenfeld, Ralph, assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Fields, George C, assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Frantz, Paul E., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Frantz, Walter A., assignor.) 

Appx Electrical Manufacturing Company, trustee. (See 
Kirby, James B., assignor.) 

Apex Scale & Blanufacturing Company. (See Eisner, 
Edwin J., assignor.) 

Apex Railway Products Co. (See Nelson, Arthur W., 
assignor.) 

Apfelbaum, Huna L., assignor to Victor Metal Products 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. 2,340,636 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Apfelbaum, Huna L., assignor to Victor Metal Products 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dropper and pourer 
cap. 2,343,610; Mar. 7. 

Apfelbaum, Huna L„ assignor to Victor Metal Products 
Corporation, Brooklyn. N. Y. Hinge for molded con- 
tainers. 2,347,980 : May 2. 

Apfelbaum, Huna L., assignor to Victor Metal Products 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Molded hinge. 2,347,981 ; 
May 2. 

Apfelbaum, Huna L., assignor to Victor Metal Products 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispensing container. 
2.352.066 : June 20. 

Apfelbaum, Huna L., assignor to Victor Metal Products 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pill dispensing container. 
2,353,629 ; July 18. 

Apgar, Frank A., Chicago, III., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Refining oils. 
2,365,993 ; Dec. 26. 

Apicella, Salvatore F,, New York, N. Y. Wood spring. 
2,349.839 : May 30. 

Appel, Frank J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of flake 
hydroxyacetic acid. 2,341,258 ; Feb. 8. 



S., and Apel.) 
Company, The. 



(See 



(See 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Appel, Hans, Prague, Czechoslovakia ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Steam-heating plant. 2,356,372 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Appel, Henry W., Kew Garden Hills, N. Y., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Combined reed and 
relay device. 2,357,925 ; Sept. 12. 

Appel, Henry W., Kew Garden Hills, N. Y., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Radio warning system. 
2.361,585 ; Oct. 31. 

Appel, Robert, New York, N. Y. Lady's handbag. 
2.349,926 ; May 30. 

Appel, Werber, Boise, Idaho. Aircraft tail wheel assembly. 
2,348,101 ; May 2. 

Apple, Edward M., et al. (See Keahey, Frank S., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Applegarth, Alexander R., Jr., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to 
Philco Radio and Television Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Automatic gain control and amplitude selection 
device. 2,356,140; Aug. 22. 

Applegarth, Alexander R., Jr., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to 
Philco Radio and Television Corporation, IPhiladelphia, 
Pa. Synchronizing circuit. 2,356.141 ; Aug. 22. 

Appleman, Theodore C. Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Coffee maker. 2,342,108 ; Feb. 22. 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Tornblom, Nils A., 
assignor.) 

Appleton, Henry W., Passaic, N. J. Needle threader. 
2,338,159 ; Jan. 4. 

Applied Mechanics Co. (See Rudolf, Henry J. G., as- 
signor.) 

April, Edith, et al. (See Bassist, Rudolph, assignor.) 

Apstein, Maurice, Brooklyn, N. Y. Potential recording 
marker. 2,352,242 ; June 27. 

Apuzzo, Michael, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination animated 
day and night sign. 2,345,998 ; Apr. 4. 

Aqua Systems Incorporated. (See Peter, William J., as- 
signor. ) 

Aquino, Salvatore A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to The 
Hinde & Dauch Paper Company, Sandusky, Ohio. Col- 
lapsible container. 2,342,623 ; Feb. 22. 

Arado, John G., Chicago, 111. Combined cutter, distribu- 
tor, and protector for outboard motors. 2,355,842 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Aram, Nathan W., assignor to Zenith Radio Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Turnstile antenna. 2,338.564 ; Jan. 4. 

Arbuckle, William, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Hair 
curler. 2,357,865 ; Sept. 12. 

Arbuthnot, Joseph B., Brentwood, Pa. Shipping con- 
tainer. 2,358,614; Sept. 19. 

Archer, Charles E., Birmingham, assignor to Ex-Cell-O 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Abrading tool. 2,349,995 ; 
May 30. 

Archer, Charles E., Birmingham, assignor to Ex-Cell-0 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Blank shaping fixture. 
2,352,608 ; July 4. 

Archer, David T., Dublin, Eire. Shelling eggs. 2,354,096 ; 
July 18. 

Archer, Doriane, Los Angeles, Calif. Hair curler. 
2.364,596 : Dec. 12. 

Archer, John, Woodford, assignor to English Steel Cor- 
poration Limited, Vickers Works, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 
England. Adjustable reamer. 2,352,508 ; Junp 27. 

Archer, Richard L., Bratenahl, assignor to The Mid- West 
Forge Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Making tapered sheet- 
metal blanks. 2,364,610 ; Dec. 12. 

Archer Rubber Company. (See Callahan, J. T., and 
Gilbertson, assignor.) 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, N. J., and C. A. Harris, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to Standard Oil Develop- 
ment Company. Stabilized white oil. 2,340,920 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, and D. van Dijk, Roselle, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Refining oil-soluble sulphonates. 2,357,866 ; Sept. 12. 

Ardell, Edgar. (See Kimball, W. D., and Ardell.) 

Ardelt, Eugene M., Denver, Colo. Air-speed meter. 
2,355,694; Aug. 15. 

Arden, Thomas R., Danbury, Conn. Fuel and air regulat- 
ing means for engines. 2,353,430 ; July 11. 

Arden, Thomas E.j Danbury, Conn. Propeller mounting 
means construction. 2,353,431 ; July 11. 

Arelt, Charles, Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to Amer- 
ican Machine & Foundry Company. High speed ciga- 
rette packaging machine. 2,344,666 ; Mar. 21. 

Arelt, Charles, Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Feeler construction for 
package stampers. 2,344,607 : Mar. 21. 

Arelt, Charles, Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Machine & Foundry Company. Bread wrapping 
machine. 2,356,644 ; Aug. 22. 

Arelt, Charles, Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Machine & Foundry Company. Cigarette kickout. 
2,357,801 ; Sept. 12. 

Arena, Ernest J., Hempstead, N. Y. Hand sextant. 
2,364,770 ; Dec. 12. 

Arenco Aktiebolag. (See Danielsson, Paul, assignor.) 

Arenco Aktiebolag. (See Orstrom, Gustaf, assignor.) 

Arenco Machine Clompany. (See Anderson, Anders G., 
assignor.) 

Arenco Machine Company. (See Johnson, R. E., and 
Anderson, assignors.) 

Arendt. Beach F. (See Robertson, J. A., Payne, and 
Arendt.) 



Arens, Charles A., assignor to Arens Controls, Inc., Chi- 
cago, lU. Control mechanism. 2,340,830 ; Feb. 1. 

Arens, Charles A., assignor to Arens Controls, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Control mechanism. 2.362,458 ; Nov. 14. 

Arens Controls, Inc. (See Arens, Charles A., assignor.) 

Arens, Egmont, assignor to The Great Atlantic & Pacific 
Tea Company, New York, N. Y. Bag closure. 
2,363,926; Nov. 28. 

Arentzen, Einar M., Charleroi, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Joy Manufacturing Company, Franklin, Pa. 
Loading machine. 2,338,160 ; Jan. 4. 

Aresee Company Inc. (See Chandler, D. L., and Ewing, 
assignors.) 

Arey, Alton L., East Cleveland, Ohio. Faucet washer. 
2,352,307 ; June 27. 

Arey, Fred C. (See Hibner, D. E., and Arey.) 

Arey, Fred C, Freeport, and D. L. E. Hibner, Du Bois, 
Pa., assignors to Vulcan Soot Blower Corporation. 
Cleaning apparatus for cylinder heads. 2,338,081 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Arey, Ralph G., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric measuring instrument. 
2,348,006 ; May 2. 

Arey, Ralph G., Swampscott, Mass. Shaver. 2,354,657 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Argus, Incorporated. (See Fassin, Gustave, assignor.) 

Argus, Incorporated. (See Harris, Clinton H., assignor.) 

Argus, Incorporated. (See Harris, C. H., and Graef, as- 
signors.) 

Argy, Richard T., and C. W. Foss, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasive 
belt joint. 2,350,861 ; June 6. 

Ariens, Mando S., Brillion, Wis. Rotary soil tiller. 
2,347,017 ; Apr. 18. 

Ariens, Mando S., Brillion, Wis. Surface-working ma- 
chine. 2,357,374; Sept. 5. 

Ariens, Mando S,, Brillion, Wis. Rotary cultivator. 
2,364,043 ; Dec. 5. 

Arimori, Tsuyoshi, Y. Konishi, J. Ishibashi and R. Yoshi- 
mura. Dairen, Manchukuo ; vested in the Alien Property 
Custodian. Manufacturing metallic magnesium. 
2,349,927 ; May 30. 

Ario, Rudolf, deceased, by S. Ario, Brooklyn, N. Y., execu- 
trix. Locking device for roll-off van bodies. 2,351,314 ; 
June 13. 

Ario, Stephania, executrix. (See Ario, Rudolf.) 

Aris Gloves, Inc. (bee Chanut, Paul A., assignor.) 

Arkell Safety Bag Company. (See Doyle, James F., as- 
signor.) 

Arkell & Smiths. (See Ramsey, Frank P., assignor.) 

Armbruster, George F.,, Glastonbury, assignor to United 
Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Engine 
testing apparatus. 2,357,625 ; Sept. 5. 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,353,001 ; July 4. 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Dispensing and tabulating machine. 2,353,002 ; 
July 4. 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Record sensing device. 2,353,003 ; July 4. 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Statistical record. 2,357,444 ; Sept. 5. 

Armel, Jack, assignor to The Alliance Manufacturing 
Company, Alliance, Ohio. Commutator and manu- 
facture. 2,348,511 ; May 9. 

Armentrout, Arthur L., Long Beach, Calif. Mechanism 
for synchronizing power units. 2,349,333 ; May 23. 

Armentrout, Arthur L.. Long Beach, Calif. Drive for 
electric generators. 2,349,334 ; May 23. 

Armentrout, Arthur L,, and R. A. Werts, Long Beach, 
Calif. Method and apparatus useful in repairing wells. 
2.365,794; Dec. 26. 

Armfield, Frederic A. (See Larsen, B. G., and Armfield.) 

Armington, George E. (See Armington, Stewart F. and 
G. E.) 

Armington, George E., South Euclid, assignor to The 
Euclid Road Machinery Co., Euclid, Ohio. Fluid op- 
erated servomotor, 2.362.339 ; Nov. 7. 

Armington, George E., South Euclid, and R. Q. Arming- 
ton, Shaker Heights, assignors to The Euclid Road 
Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. ■ Pipe coupling. 
Re. 22,459 : Mar. 28. 

Armington, Raymond Q. (See Armington, George E. and 
R.) 

Armington, Stewart F., Willoughby, and G. E. Armington, 
South Euclid, assignors to The Euclid Road Machinery 
Company, Euclid. Ohio. Scraper. 2,345,313 ; Mar. 28. 

Armitage, Joseph B. (See Kearney, E. J., Arraitage, and 
Pohl.) 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Milling machine. 
2,342,829 ; Feb. 29. 

Armitage, Joseph B,, Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney 
& Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Machine tool 
transmission and control mechanism. 2,344,529 ; Mar. 
21. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, Wis., and H. W. Bar- 
tholomew, Pottstown, Pa., assignors to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Milling machine. 
2,340,210; Jan. 25. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



29 



Armltage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, C. O. Rothweiler, Mil- 
waukee, and T. O. Salzer, Whiteflsh Bay ; said Armitage 
assignor to Kearney & Trecker Corporation, West Allis, 
and said Rothweiler and said Salzer assignors to David 
White Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Method and appara- 
tus for aligning machine elements and the like. 
2,342,828 : Feb. 29. . , ^ .. 

Armitage Joseph B., and T. F. Eserkaln, Wauwatosa, as- 
signors to Kearney & Trecker Corporation, West Allis, 
Wis Machine tool transmission and control mech- 
anism. 2,345.171 ; Mar. 28. , , c. , ;, ^ 

Armitage, Lindley R., Enfield, England. Supply and de- 
livery of liquid under pressure. 2,352,680 ; July 4. 

Armour and Company. (See Bradshaw, Sidney B., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. 
Beatty, assignors.) 

Armour and Company, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company, 
signer.) 

Armour and Company. 

Armour and Company, 
signer.) 

Armour and Company, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company, 
ferd, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. 
Corkle, assignors.) 

Armour and Company, 
signor.) 

Armour and Company, 
nickle, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. 

Armour and Company, 
signor.) 

Armour and Company, 
and Kiefer, assignors.) 

Armour Research Foundation, 
assignor.) 

Armour Research Foundation. 

Korzon, assignors.) . 

Arms, Merton H., assignor to Bryant Chucking Grinder 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Bearing lubrication. 
2,349.690 ; May 23. ^,. , - ^ . ., 

Arms, Merton H., assignor to Bryant Chucking Grinder 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Grinding machine. 
2,354,296 ; July 25. _ ^ , . ^ . ., 

Arms, Merton H., assignor to Bryant Chucking Grinder 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Metalworking machine. 
2,360,462 ; Oct. 17. 

Arms, Merton H., assignor to Bryant Chucking Grindpr 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Mechanism for grinding. 
2,364.120 ; Dec. 5. 
Arms, Ray W. (See Holt, G. J., Rakowsky, and Arms.) 

Armstrong, Adam E., assignor to Armstrong Machine 
Works, Three Rivers, Mich. Drier control and drainage 
means. 2,351,733 ; June 20. 

Armstrong, C. M., Inc. (See Block, R. J., and Boiling, 
assignors.) 



(See Colt, E. S., Lane, and 

(See Conquest, V., and Keil, 

(See Harrington, Bertie S., as- 

(See Keil, Havard L., assignor.) 
(See McCorkle, Miles B., as- 

(See Pool, W. O., and Potts, 
(See Porsche, Jules D., and Sif- 

(See Ralston, A. W., and Mc- 

(See Redemske, Gustav, as- 

(See Schmidt, J. N., and Gross- 

(See Sifferd, Robert H., assignor.) 
(See Young, Hobart P., Jr., as- 



(See Zeigler, 
(See 



A. H., Stringley, 
Camras, Marvin, 



(See Camras, M., and 



(See Austin, Harry M., as- 

(See Berger, John L., as- 

(See Cox, Harry P., Jr., as- 

(See Elkin, T. W., Jr., and 

(See Emanuel, Edward C, 

(See Leary, William W., as- 

(See McCarthy, J. Clarence, 

(See Menger, F. B., and Fa- 

(See Navikas, Victor A., as- 

(See Powers, Paul O., as- 

(See Schwan, August R., as- 

(See Spencer, Virgil, as- 

(See Wilson, Gardiner C, 



Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. 
Stouffer, assignorB.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
ber, assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company, 
assignor.) 

Armstrong, Edward M., Jr., Orinda, and R. K. Cutter, 
assizors to Cutter Laboratories, Berkeley, Calif. Sus- 
pension member. 2,362.523 ; Nov. 14. 

Armstrong, Eugene C, and R. R. Lokey, Jr., Los Angeles, 
Calif. Mixing device. 2,338,615 ; Jan. 4. 

Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Overload relay. 2,347,018 ; Apr. 18. 

Armstrong, George M., Grand Rapids, assignor to Nash- 
Kelvinator Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Refrigerating 
apparatus. 2.365,373 ; Dec. 19. 
Armstrong, James B. (See Thompson, A. W., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong, John E., Berkeley, and J. E. Piccardo, Oak- 
land, Calif., assignors to Jacuzzi Bros., Incorporated. 
Pumping system. 2,344,958 ; Mar. 28. 



Armstrong, Leslie R., Porter, Ind. Gas burner. 2,353,865; 

July 18. 
Armstrong, Lily, Southsea, England. Emergency and 

signaling outfit. 2,343,272 ; Mar. 7. 
Armstrong, Lyle C, Pontiac, Mich. Automobile radio 

aerial. 2,360,638 ; Oct. 17. 
Armstrong Machine Works. (See Armstrong, Adam E., 

assignor.) 
Armstrong, Robert T. (See Hart, J. E., and Armstrong.) 
Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Heppner, Fritz 

A. M., assignor.) 
Armstrong, Westropp, Glen Ellyn, 111. Feeding appara- 
tus. 2,339,043; Jan. 11. 
Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works & Manufacturing Company. Material 
spreader. 2,339,236; Jan. 18. 
Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works & Manufacturing Company. Material 
spreader. 2,339,609 ; Jan. 18. 
Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works & Manufacturing Company. Material 
spreader. 2,339,667 ; Jan. 18. 
Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works & Manufacturing Company. Road grader. 
2,340,100 ; Jan. 25. 
Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works & Manufacturing Company. Road grader. 
2,340,169 ; Jan. 25. 
Arner, Sterling R., Charlotte, N. C, assignor to Old 
Dominion Box Company, Lynchburg, Va. Paper box. 
2,356,194; Aug. 22. 
Arnesen, Walter A., New York, assignor to National Elec- 
tric Instrument Co. Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Oto- 
scope. 2,343,041 ; Feb. 29. 
Arnesen, Walter A., New York, assignor to National Elec- 
tric Instrument Co. Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 
Diagnostic headsets. 2,353,537 ; July 11. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Bottle holder. 2,345,565 ; Apr. 4. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Bottle carrier. 2,345,566 ; Apr. 4. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Bottle holder. 2,345,567 ; Apr. 4. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Bottle holder. 2,345,568 ; Apr. 4. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 

Mills, Chicago, 111. Carton. 2,349,241 ; May 23. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 

Mills, Chicago, 111. Box. 2,361,923 ; Nov. 7. 
Arnold, Alex W., La Crosse, Wis. Drinking glass washer 

conveyer. 2,339,832; Jan. 25. 
Arnold, Arthur B., assignor to Modine Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Car heater ventilator con- 
nection. 2,355,501 ; Aug. 8. 
Arnold, Arthur B., assignor- to Modine Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Air vent and overfiow for 
radiators. 2,357,626 ; Sept. 5. 
Arnold Brilhart Ltd. (See Brilhart, Arnold, assignor.) 
Arnold Bros. & Company. (See Fitzpa trick, .jferemiah, 

assignor.) 
Arnold, Charles R. (See Schopmeyer, H. H., and Arnold.) 
Arnold, Chester R. (See Anderson, R. L., Arnold, and 

Paradise.) 
Arnold, Clara W., East Cleveland, and O. J. Hinger, 
Cleveland, assignors to The Ohio Blanket Company, 
East Cleveland, Ohio. Casket display canopy. 
2,342,070; Feb. 15. 
Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Grooved trolley wire splicer. 2,351,900 ; June 20. 
Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit controller. 2,3,59,075 ; Sept. 26. 
Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,361,162 ; Oct. 24. 
Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit controller. 2,363,280; Nov. 21. 
Arnold, George D., Peru, Ind. Water heater. 2,341,852 ; 

Feb. 15. 
Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Preserving valuable 
elements of organic materials in dry storage. 2,363,037 ; 
Nov. 21. 
Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Apparatus and 
methods for treating pneumatically borne material. 
2,363,281 ; Nov. 21. 
Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Temperature chang- 
ing device. 2,363,282 ; Nov. 21. 
Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Treating and stor- 
ing device. 2,365,240; Dec. 19. 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co. Incorporated. (See McLeod, Earle 

D., assignor.) 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co. (See Morgan, W. L., and McLeod, 

assignors.) 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co. Incorporated. (See Morgan, Wil- 

lard L., assignor.) 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co. Incorporated. (See Morgan, W. 

L., and McLeod, assignors.) 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co. Incorporated. (See Morgan, W. L., 

and Vaughn, assignors.) 
Arnold, James C, assignor to Lane-Wells Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Magnetic well logging. 2,338.991 ; 
Jan. 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Schnitzer, Stow, as- 
Akron, Ohio. Flying 

(See Satterlee, How- 



Arnold, James C, assignor to Lane-Wells Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Conductor core for wire ropes and 
manufacture. 2,345,864 ; Apr. 4. 
Arnold, Michael H. M., and W. E. Perry, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Sulphur compounds. 2,364,414 ; Dec. 5. 
Arnold, Paul L., Delanco, N. J., assignor to United States 
Pipe and Foundry Company. Apparatus for radially 
contracting tubular metal bodies. 2,349,646 ; May 23. 
Arnold, Robert B., Stonewall Courts, Va., assignor to 
Tobacco By-Products and Chemical Corporation, Louis- 
ville, Ky. Spray material and making the same. 
2,343,359 ; Mar. 7. 
Arnold, Robert B., Stonewall Courts, Va., assignor to 
Tobacco By-Products and Chemical Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. Parasiticidal dust for contact use and 
making the same. 2,343,360 ; Mar. 7. 
Arnold, Schwinn & Co. (See Waugh, Glen L., assignor.) 
Arnold, Tlieodore E., Mount Royal, and C. Dobell, Mont- 
real, Quebec, Canada, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to The Preload Corporation, Boston, Mass. Filling 
explosive devices. 2,364,415 ; Dec. 5. 
Arnot, Alfred, Warrington, assignor to Associated Messier 
Investments Limited, Farnham Common, Buckingham- 
sliire, England. Hydraulic remote-control apparatus. 
2,339,132 ; Jan. 11. 
Arnott, Edward G. F., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor 
to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Starter electrode. 2,358,615 ; 
Sept. 19. 
Arnstein, Karl, Akron, and B. J. 
signors to Wingfoot Corporation 
boat hull. 2,349,584 ; May 23. 
Aro Equipment Corporation, The. 

ard A., assignor.) 
Aron, Julius, Amsterdam, and A. Lamm, Gouda, Nether- 
lands ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Power 
wrench. 2,342,783 ; Feb. 29. 
Aronoff, Samuel. (See Magnus, G. A., and Aronoff.) 
Aronoff, Samuel, Dayton, Ohio. Camera shutter. 

2,347,700 ; May 2. 
Arons. George R. (See Bloch, A., and Arons.) 
Aronson, Holger W., Snohomish County, Wash. Bed dav- 
enport. 2,341,307 ; Feb. 8. 
Arps, Bruno F., assignor to Arps Corporation, New Hol- 
stein, Wis. Power pickup and dumping scraper attach- 
ment for tractors. 2,352,466 ; June 27. 
Arps, Bruno F., assignor to Arps Corporation, New 
Holstein, Wis. Power pickup scoop attachment for 
tractors. 2,364,121 ; Dec. 5. 
Arps Corporation. (See Arps, Bruno F., assignor.) 
Ai-py Laboratories, Inc. (See Petrullo, John A., assignor.) 
Arras, Damiano, Chester, Conn. Reciprocating pump. 

2,354,980 ; Aug. 1. 
Arrington, Conrad J., Detroit, Mich., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for forming cords. 2,353,432 ; July 11. 
Arrow-Hart & Hedgeman Electric Co., The. 

Uri D., assignor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Co., The, 

son, David W., assignor.) 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 

Lorenz, Charles H., assignor.) 
Arrow Products Company. (See Baumgard, William H., 

assignor.) 
Arrow Safety Device Company. 

assignor.) 
Arrowsmith, Forrest, Munster 

2,356,908 ; Aug. 29. 
Arsneau, George, Dallas, Tex. 

May 9. 

Art Crayon Company, The. (See Lester, Mack, assignor.) 
Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, J. R., 

Hultberg, and Gronberg, assignors.) 
Art Metal Construction Company. (See Lindros, Hjalmer 

C, assignor.) 
Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Evans, Fred, assignor.) 
Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Harris, Alexander, assignor.) 
Arterton, Alfred W., and W. W. McConnell, assignors to 
Foster Machine Company, Westfield, Mass. Yarn 
winding machine and method. 2,358,294 ; Sept. 19. 
Arthur, Charles E., Napa, Calif. Closing and locking 

mechanism for doors. 2,355,025 ; Aug. 1. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition appara- 
tus. 2,347,019 ; Apr. 18. 
Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition timer. 
2,348,236 : May 9. 
Arthur, Marion A. (See Rust, W. M., Jr., and Arthur.) 
Arthur, Oscar F., Belle Vernon, Pa. Wire mat. 2,361,103 ; 

Oct. 24. 
Arthur, Oscar F.. Belle Vernon, Pa. Field mat. 

2.361,164; Oct. 24. 
Arthur, Oscar F., Belle Vernon, Pa. Vehicle tread. 

2,361,165 ; Oct. 24. 
Artistic Foundations, Inc. (See Kahn, Mack, assignor.) 
Atkinson. William H.. San Francisco, Calif. Aircraft car- 
rier. 2,349,930 ; May 30. 
Atkinson, William R., San Francisco, Calif. Clip. 

2,357,375 ; Sept. 5. 
Artos Engineering Company. (See Andren, Karl H., 
assignor.) 



(See Foster, 
(See John- 



(See Annis, Howard R., 
Ind. Clothesline prop. 
Power saw. 2,348,588 ; 



Artus, Oren E., et al. (See Anfinson, Anton, assignor.) 
Artzt, Jlaurice, Haddontield, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Facsimile apparatus. 2,339,133 ; 
Jan. 11. 
Artzt, Maurice, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Facsimile apparatus. 2,350,008 ; 
May 30. 
Arundale, Erving. (See Mikeska, L. A., and Arundale.) 
Arundale, Erving, Colonia, and L. A. Mikeska, Westfield, 
N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Jasco, In- 
corporated. Preparing diolefins. 2,350,485 ; June 6. 
Arundale, Irving. (See Mikeska, L. A., and Arundale. 

assignors.) 
Arveson, Maurice H., Flossmoor, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon conversion. 
2,360,463 ; Oct. 17. 
Arveson, Maurice H., Flossmoor, assignor to Standard Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Centrifugal pump. 2,360,464 • 
Oct. 17. 
Arvey Corporation. (See Newton, Walter H., assignor.) 
Arvins, Nathan A., and A. A. Arvintz, Brooklyn N Y 
assignors to Seal-0-Strain Corporation. Filling and 
strainer device. 2,344,486 ; Mar. 21. 
Arvins, Nathan A., and A. A. Arvintz, Brooklyn, N Y 
assignors to Monitor Heat Exchange Corporation. 
Heat exchanger. 2,360,094 ; Oct. 10. 
Arvintz, Abraham A. (See Arvins, N. A., and Arvintz.) 
Asahina, Haruyo, Kawaraki-Mura, Japan ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Manufacturing litmus dye- 
stuffs. 2,344,074 ; Mar. 14. 
Asam, Prank H., Detroit, Mich. Front wheel drive mech- 
anism. 2,346.143 ; Apr. 11. 
Asaro, Vito, assignor to L. A. Young Spring and Wire 
o'?S.''^?.*J°°!. Detroit, Mich. Spring structure. 
2,354,728 ; Aug. 1. 
Asbill, Clarence M., Jr., New Orleans, La., assignor to 
Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of Agriculture of the 
United States of America, and his successors in office. 
Materials-conveying flue. 2,344.528 ; Mar. 21. 
Asbill, Clarence M., Jr., New Orleans, La., and R. C 
Young, Leland, Miss., assignors to Claude R. Wickard, 
as Secretary of Agriculture of the United States of 
America, and his successors in office. Cotton-working 
machine. 2,365,793 ; Dec. 26. 
Asbury, Mervil D., Hines, Oreg. Scooter bob. 2,359,076 : 

Sept. 26. 
Asch, Werner. (See Pense, W., Asch, May, and Stiirk ) 
Aschenbrenner, Charles S., Temple, assignor to Textile 
Machine Works, Wyomissing, Pa. Fluid circulating 
apparatus for knitting machines and the like. 
2,354,188 ; July 25. 
Ascote, Inc. (See Davis, Willis G., assignor.) 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel assembly. 

2,338,224 ; Jan. 4. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel assembly. 
2,338,393 ; Jan. 4. " 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel assembly. 

2,341,755 ; Feb. 15. 
^^z\I?T^9l^^ ^" ^'^^^^°^^' Mich. Dual wheeled vehicle. 

Ash Charles S., Milford, Mich. Wheel and brake assem- 
bly. 2,349,928 ; May 30. 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Brake mechanism 
2,351,180; June 13. 

'*^^J?'„i^'^'^'^^^s S- Milford, Mich. Dual wheel assembly. 

2,355,133 ; Aug. 8. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Bogie wheel. 2,355 941 • 

Aug. 15. ... 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Wheel. 2,355,942 ; Aug. 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Blich. Dual wheel asscmblv 

2,364,183 ; Dec. 5. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel assembly 

2.365.617 ; Dec. 19. 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel assembly 

2.365.618 : Dec. 19. 

Ashbaugh, Bernard D. (See Ernst, W., Lawyer, and 

Ashbaugh.) 
Ashbaugh, Bernard D., Mount Gilead, Ohio, assignor to 

The Hydraulic Development Corp., Inc., Wilmington 

?Iko nFl^'^o'^^ H?'* ^°^ injection molding machines. 
2,358,956 ; Sept. 26. 
Ashbaugh, John H., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerator cabinet. 2,343,166 ; Feb. 

Ashbaugh, John H., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to 

Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. East 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,346,641 ; 

Apr. 18. 
Ashby, Carl T., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel, Inc., 

New York, N. Y. Evaporator. 2,338,277 ; Jan. 4. 
Ashby, Harold W. (See Newman, T. P. and Ashby.) 
.Agshcraft, Ernest G., Long Beach, Calif. Apparatus for 

determining physical properties of fluids. 2,358,374 : 

Sept. 19. 
Ashley, Carlyle M., and B. B. Mooney, Syracuse, N Y 

assignors to Carrier Corporation, Newark, N. J. Unit 

heater. 2.346,410 ; Apr. 11. 
Ashley, Cecil W., Fort Worth, Tex. Service valve for 

portable containers. 2,365,241 ; Dec. 19. 

"^^o oJ,^ o->?*''"?v'<l .1' I^etroit, Mich. Drag bucket. 

^,do9,oi7 ; Oct. 10. 
Ashley, Julius N. (See Ewins, A. J., and Ashley.) 



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Ashley, Kenneth D., Norotoa, Conn., and E. W. Cook, as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New Yorli, 
N. Y. Preparation of barium salts of allcyl phenol sul- 
phides. 2,342,099 ; Feb. 22. 

Ashley, Kenneth D., Noroton, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation of 
barium salts of dithiophosphoric acid esters. 
2,343,213 ; Feb. 29. 
Ashley, Mervvin F., Arlington, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Mak- 
ing back parts of shoes. 2,365,795 ; Dec. 26. 
Ashley, Merwin F., Arlington, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Mak- 
ing shoes. 2,365,796 ; Dec. 26. 

Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Company Limited. (See 
Brown, W. R., and Graveson, assignors.) 

Ashpes, Max, New York, N. Y. Device tor cleaning and 
drying roller stipplers. 2,344,017 ; Mar. 14. 

Ashton, Albert A., assignor to Emsco Derrick & Equip- 
ment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Cat shaft assembly 
for draw works. 2,339,449 ; Jan. 18. 

Ashton, Albert A., assignor to Emsco Derrick & Equip- 
ment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Hydromatic brake 
arrangement. 2,339,450 ; Jan. 18. 

Ashton, Albert A., Houston, Tex., assignor to Emsco 
Derrick & Equipment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Mud pump. 2,362,524 ; Nov. 14. 

Ashton, Albert A., Houston, Tex., assignor to Emsco 
Derrick & Equipment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Slush pump. 2,362,525 : Nov. 14. 

Ashton, Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 
Kingston, N. Y. Hydraulic pressure control valve unit. 
2,349,069 ; May 16. 

Ashton, Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 
Kingston, N. Y. Accumulator. 2,365,994; Dec. 26. 

Ashton, Charles E., Stockton, Calif. Ratchet open-ended 
wrench. 2,343,130 ; Feb. 29. 

Ashton, Charles E., Stockton, Calif. Picking device. 
2,354,356 ; July 25. 

Ashton, Philip E., and E. Fowler, IMeriden, Conn., said 
Fowler assignor to said Ashton. Electric cigar lighter. 
2,338,565 : Jan. 4. 

Ashton, Ralph. (See Behen, George L., assignor.) 

Ashton, Thomas H. (See Stohlman, W. D., and Ashton.) 

Ashton, Willard A., Van Nuys, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Hy- 
draulic locking mechanism. 2,360,535 ; Oct. 17. 

Ashton, William A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carnegie- 
Illinois Steel Corporation. INIanufacturing sheave 
wheels. 2,338,161 ; Jan. 4. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Bobbin for 
lockstitch sewing machines. 2,340,574 ; Feb. 1. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham. Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Sewing and 
cementing machine. 2,346,246 ; Apr. 11. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Thread 
tension for sewing machines. 2,350,995 ; June 13. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, and C. F. Whitaker, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Flemington, N. J. Shoe sewing machine. 2,354,729 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, and C. F. Whitaker, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Flemington, N. J. Shoe sewing machine. 
2,354,730 ; Aug. 1. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, and C. F. Whitaker, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Flemington, N. J. Shoe sewing machine. 
2,354,731 ; Aug. 1. 

Ashworth, Fred. Wenham, and C. F. Whitaker, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Borough of Flemington, N. J. Shoe sewing ma- 
chine. 2.360,465 ; Oct. 17. 

Ashworth. James E., Butler, Pa., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. Guide. 
2.365,322; Dec. 19. 

Ashworth, Wylie, Helena, Mont. Puzzle. 2,347,020 ; Apr. 
18. 

Asimow, Morris, Los Angeles, Calif., and W. F. Craig, 
Jr., and P. Gravenstretter, Gary, Ind. ; said Craig, Jr., 
and said Gravenstretter, assignors to Carnegie-Illinois 
Steel Corporation. Metalworking apparatus. 2,360,639 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Asinger, Friedrich. (See Herold, P., Smeykal, Asinger, 
and Wolf.) 

Askania Regulator Company. (See Ziebolz, Herbert, as- 
signor.) 

Askania Regulator Company. (See Ziebolz, H., and 
Vaaler, assignors.) 

'Aske, Charles B., Jr., Detroit, Mich. Wheel trim and 
securing means therefor. 2.351,655 ; June 20. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, Mich. Piston. 2,356,909 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Aske, Leonard E., assignor to Dayton Rogers Manufac- 
turing Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Punch press. 2,346,719 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Askew, John D., Atlanta, Ga. Humidity controller. 
2.344.530; Mar. 21. 

Askue, Albert R., Mentor, assignor to The Cleveland 
Trencher Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Excavator 
bucket. 2,338,616 ; Jan. 4. 



ABkue, Albert R., Mentor, assignor to The Cleveland 
Trencher Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Excavator bucket. 
2,353,685; July 18. 

Aspelin, Leslie L., B. C. Phillips, and R. E. Grey, Dayton, 

Ohio. Air conditioning system. 2,340,292 ; Feb. 1. 
Aspinwall, Carl S., assignor to Norton Lasier Company, 
Chicago, 111. Door closing and checking device. 
2,360,095 ; Oct. 10. 

Associated Box Corporation. (See Mcllwraith, J. W., and 
Miller.) 

Associated Messier Investments Limited. (See Arnot, 
Alfred, assignor.) 

Associated Messier Investments Limited. (See Hadekel, 
R., and Perriches, assignors.) 

Associated Patentees, Inc. (See Borton, Alwyn E., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Patentees, Inc. (See Powers, Walter P., as- 
signor. ) 

Association of American Soap & Glycerine Producers, 
Inc. (See Du Puis, R. N., and Lenth, assignors.) 

Astbury, William T. (See Chibnall, A. C, and Bailey, 
assignors.) 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Railway 
dump car. 2,359,602 ; Oct. 3. 

Aszody Arnold K. Newark N. J. Nonspill bottle for ink 
and other fluids. 2,338,086 ; Jan. 4. 

Atchison, Irwin C, Sherman, Conn. Farm tractor at- 
tachment. 2,341,417; Feb. 8. 

Athy, Lyman C., and P. C. Stufft, Baltimore, Md., as- 
signors to Pemco Corporation. Production and utiliza- 
tion of vitreous enamels. 2,361,376 ; Oct. 31. 

Atkin, Lawrence. (See Schultz, A. S., Atkin, and Frey.) 

Atkins, Dorothy G., Groton, Conn. Drill jig. 2,341,418 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signaling system. 2,343,516 ; Mar. 7. 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Batteryless telephone system. 2,346,548; Apr. 11. 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Switching mechanism. 2,349,929 ; May 30 

Atkins, Percy P. (See Wibmer, M. D., Atkins, and Hol- 
brow.) 

Atkins, Thomas R., Saugus, Mass. Shoe construction. 
2,361,675 : Oct. 31. 

Atkins, Thomas V., Burlington, assignor to H. C. Wlieeler, 
Brookline, Mass. Display cabinet. 2,361,346 ; Oct. 24. 

Atkinson, John F., Lake City, Fla. Portable hot line 
carrier current coupling device. 2,341,519 ; Feb. 15. 

Atkinson, Held G., Honolulu, Hawaii, assignor to Amer- 
ican Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container body. 
2,342,109 ; Feb. 22. 

Atkinson, Warren H., Mount Lebanon, Pa., and H. W. 
Collins, Newark, Ohio., assignors to Owens-Corning 
Fiberglas Corporation. Forming pipe coverings. 
2,350,996 ; June 13. 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries Company, The, (See Taylor. 
Harden F., assignor.) 

Atlantic Diesel Corporation. (See Godfrey, Edwin H., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Diesel Corporation. (See Johnson, Robert D., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Elevator Company. (See Borden, Joseph H., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Gear Works, Incorporated. (See Dahlerup, 
Christian G., assignor.) 

Atlantic Products Corporation. See Gold, Isadore, as- 
signor.) 

Atlantic Rayon Corporation. (See Raymond, Horace H., 

assignor.) 
Atlantic Refinery Company, The. (See Reuter, Raymond, 

assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Becker, Joseph C, 

assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Bent, R. D., and 

Pines, assignors.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Birkhimer, Edwin 

R., assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Chechot, Vladimir 

L., assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Gzemski, Flex C, 

assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Hartman, Russell 

C, assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Hlgbee, H. B., and 

Griesinger, assignors.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Roberts, Oscar L., 

assignor.) , 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Schreiber, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company. (See Simonds, Frank C, 

assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Zachow, William 

C, assignor.) 
Atlas Engine Co. (See Petrllli, Harry E., assignor.) 
Atlas Lumnite Company, The. (See Friedlaender, W. V. 

and Ludwig, assignors.) 
Atlas, Marcel A. fSee Kniecer. Herman A., assignor.) 
Atlas Mineral Products Company, The. (See Payne, 

C. R., and Seymour, assignors.) 
Atlas Powder Company. (See Almy, Ernest G., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Atlas Powder Company. 

Bignor.) 
Atlas Powder Company. 

slgnor.) 
Atlas Powder Company. 

assignors.) 
Atlas Powder Company. 

and Pratt, assignors.) 
Atlas Powder Company. 

signor.) 
Atlas Powder Company. 



(See Brown, Kenneth R., as- 

(See Carey, Claude H., as- 

(See Djidics, A., and Pratt, 

(See Hales, R. A., Almy, Young, 

(See Hoist, William H., as- 

(See Pratt, Carl D., assignor.) 

Atlas Press Company. (See Collins, James G., assignor.) 

Atlas Steel Barrel Corporation. (See Proctor, John R., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Underwear Company, 'rhe. (See Harwood, Asa J., 
assignor.) 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric 
X-Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. X-ray apparatus. 
2 343 729 * Mar. 7. 

Atlee, Zed j'., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric X- 
Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. X-ray tube. 2,343,730 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric 
X-Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. X-ray tube. 2,345,722 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric X- 
Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. X-ray tube. 2,350,269 ; 
May 30. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric X- 
Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cathode assembly struc- 
ture. 2,350,270 ; May 30. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric 
X-Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. Grid assembly struc- 
ture. 2,358,200 ; Sept. 12. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to Genercl Electric X- 
Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. X-ray tube. 2,365,855 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, and H. W. Brackney, assignors 
to General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
X-ray generator. 2,340,361 ; Feb. 1. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, and H. W. Brackney, assignors 
to General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Window construction for X-ray tubes. 2,340,362 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, and F. R. Abbott, Berkeley, as- 
signors to General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Control for focal spots in X-ray generators. 
2,340,363: Feb. 1. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, and J. C. Filmer, Wheaton, as- 
signor to General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Chicago, 
111. X-ray tube. 2,345,723 ; Apr. 4. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, 111., and R. F. Wilson, Washing- 
ton, D. C, assignors to General Electric X-Ray Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Electron flow device. 2,348,184 ; 
May 9. 

Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, 111., and H. W. Brackney, Wash- 
ington, D. C, assignors to General Electric X-Ray 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. X-ray tube. 2,356,645 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Attapulgus Clay Company. (See La Lande, William A., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Attl, Raphael, Cliffside Park, N. J. 
ing cofieee. 2,360,838 ; Oct. 24. 

Attias, Joshua, New York, N. Y. 
iron. 2,344,196; Mar. 14. 

Attwood, Charles W., Wayne, Mich, 
ture. 2,345,650 ; Apr. 4. 

Attwood, Charles W., Wayne, Mich. Scaffolding. 
2,363,382 ; Nov. 21. 

Atwell, Clarence A., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, Bast Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Direct-current motor. 2,354,097; July 18. 

Atwell, Harold V., Beacon, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Catalytic conversion of hydro- 
carbons. 2,355,198 ; Aug. 8. 
Atwood, Ben F., Lakeland, Fla. Transmission and modu- 
lation of light beams. 2,345,445 ; Mar. 28. 

Atwood, Charles T. (See Maxwell, B. L., and Atwood.) 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to National Dairy Products Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Treating fibrous material and prod- 
uct resulting therefrom. 2,342,634 ; Feb. 29. 

Atwood, Francis C., Newton, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to National Dairy Products Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Making proteinaceous fibers. 
2,342,994; Feb, 29. 
Atwood, Harry N., assignor to Penokee Veneer Company, 
Mellen, Wis. Press. 2,364,597 ; Dec. 12. 

Atwood, Horace, Jr., assignor to A. B. Du Mont Labora- 
tories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Shield for cathode ray 
tubes. 2,343,630; Mar. 7. 

Atwood, James T., assignor to The Atwood Vacuum Ma- 
chine Company, Rockford, 111. Coupler. 2,355,695 ; 
Aug. 15. 
Atwood, Lyle C, assignor to The Atwood Vacuum Machine 
Company, Rockford, 111. Automobile door hinge. 
2,354,789 ; Aug. 1. 
Atwood Machine Company. (See Winslow, Albert E., 
assignor. ) 

Atwood, Rawson, New York, assignor to Decorated Metal 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tex- I 
tile spool. 2,359,603 ; Oct. 3. ' 



Apparatus for roast- 

Gas-heated soldering 

Skeletonized struc- 



Atwood, Rawson, Garden City, assignor to Decorated 
Metal Manufacturing Company, Inc., New York, N. Y 
Te-xtile spool. 2,359,604; Oct. 3. 
Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Making hinge members. 

2,345,562 ; Apr. 4. 
Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Atwood. 

James T., assignor.) 
Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Atwood, 

Lyle C, assignor.) 
Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Miller, 

Kay, assignor.) 
Auberschek, Joseph F., Milwaukee, Wis. Fluid filter. 

2,353,433 ; July 11. 
Auble, Arthur J., Ord, Nebr. Apparatus for timing 
watches. 2,340,575 ; Feb. 1. 

Auburn, Hubert, Mount Healthy, assignor to The Tenacity 
Manufactu'-jng Co., Lockland, Ohio. Loose-leaf binder. 
2,338,891 ; Jan. 11. 
Audet, Herbert R., Springfield, Mass. Blank firing safety 

attachment. 2,355,045 ; Aug. 8. 
Audino, Prank P., Corona, Long Island, N. Y. Shoe and 

outsole therefor. 2,345,551 ; Apr. 4. 
Auer, Frederick. (See Crane, E. V., and Auer.) 
Auer, George. (See Wagner, E., and Auer.) 

Auer, La^zlO, East Orange, assignor to Ridbo Laboratories, 
Inc., Paterson, N. J. Protective and decorative coat- 
ing. 2,352,172 ; June 27. 

Auer, LaSzlO, East Orange, assignor to Ridbo Labora- 
tories, Inc., Paterson, N. J. Lacquer. 2,352,173 ; June 
27. 

Auer, L&SZ15, East Orange, N, J., assignor to Interchemi- 
cal Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coated fatting 
agent and making the same. 2,363,489 ; Nov. 28. 

Auer, Laszl6, South Orange, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coated flatting 
agent and making the same. 2,364,611 ; Dec. 12. 

Auerbach, Zemach, New York, N. Y. Container. 
2,347,021 ; Apr. 18. 

Aufiero, John R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flashlight. 2,360,821 ; 
Oct. 24. 

August, Joseph, Jr., assignor to The Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Reclaiming of constituents from 
waste solutions containing sulphur, etc. 2,352,594 ; 
July 4. 

Auld, Donald W., and L. J. Weber, Bartlesville, Okla., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Wire line 
pressure retaining core barrel. 2,347,726 ; May 2. 

Aulin, Evert, Lidingo, assignor to Aga-Baltic Aktiebolag, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Arrangement in distance meters 
according to the stereo-principle. 2,350,210 ; May 30. 

Aurich, Paul H., Chemnitz, Germany ; vested in the Allen 
Property Custodian. Humidifier. 2,338,394 -Jan. 4. 

Aurlen, Ray G., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Rotor brake. 2,347,387 ; Apr. 25. 

Aurien, Ray G., Chicago, 111., and L. L. Whitney, Ham- 
mond, Ind., assignors to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake beam. 2,356,720 ; Aug. 22. 

Aurig, Max, Munich, Germany ; vested in the Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian. Disintegratorlike device. 2,338,373 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Ausburn, Frank P., and C. C. Winslow, Long Beach, 
Calif. Cementing tool. 2,360,311 ; Oct. 17. 

Auslander, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wing nut. 
2,343,947 ; Mar. 14. 

Aust, Joseph B. (See Martin, H. C, and Aust.) 

Aust, Robert J. (See Rosser, T. N., and Aust.) 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Company, 
Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Vibrator mounting. 2,339,973 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Vibrator operated power supply. 
2,347.165; Apr. 25. 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Making insulated wire units. 
2,360,312 ; Oct. 17. 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Making vibrators. 2,364,684 ; Dec. 
12. 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Zahn, Eric H., as- 
signor.) 

Austin, Albert B., Minneapolis, Minn. Traction device. 
2,343,131 • Feb. 29. 

Austin, Albert B., Minneapolis, Minn. Sectional fireplace 
heater. 2,362,526 ; Nov. 14. 

Austin, Arthur O., near Barberton, Ohio, and L. W. Aus- 
tin, near San Jose, Calif. Forming articles of plastic 
material. 2,353,000 ; July 4. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wapakoneta, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit controlling apparatus. 
2,351,901 ; June 20. 

Austin, Charles D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for taking 
stereoscopic pictures. 2,362,790 ; Nov. 14. 

Austin, Clarence L., Round Grove, 111. Animal weaner. 
2,341,072 ; Feb. 8. 

Austin, Donald D. (See Mentley, M. B., and Austin.) 

Austin, Ellsworth W. (See Choate, R. E., and Austin.) 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Tractor attachment. 
2,341,853 ; Feb. 15. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Implement for tractors. 
2,344,584; Mar. 21. 



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Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Bulldozer. 2,351,799 ; 
June 20. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Jlfg. 
Co., Inc., Cedar Kapids, Iowa. Earth mover. 2,353,120 ; 
July 11. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Mfg 
Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Excavator. 2,360,823 ; 
Oct. 24. 
Austin, Harold R., South Norwalk, Conn., assignor to 
The M. W. Kellogg Company, New York, N. Y. Lined 
metal article. 2,347,070 ; Apr. 18. 
Austin, Harold T., Seattle. Wash, assignor to Patents, 

Inc. Cooking food. 2,339,974 ; Jan. 25. 
Austin, Harry JI., East Petersburg, assignor to Arm- 
strong Cork Company, Lancaster, Pa. Flexible cou- 
pling. 2,343,839 : Mar. 7. 
Austin, John J. (See Walton, R. R., Austin, and Gott.) 
Austin, Kirby B., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Frequency response control circuit. 
2,352,931 ; July 4. 
Austin, Leslie W. (See Austin, Arthur O. and L. W.) 
Austin, Merritt B., Jr., WinnetUa, 111. Adjustable plaster 

ear. 2 348,318 ; Jlay 9. 
Austin, Osias, Brooklyn, N. Y. Applying pigments to 

surfaces. 2.347,022; Apr. 18. 
Austin, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Cork compositions. 
2.365.508 ; Dec. 19. 
Auten, Claude 1., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Tennessee 
Coal, Iron and Railroad Company. Fastening means. 
2,348,589 ; May 9. 
Auten, Claude I., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Tennessee 
Coal, Iron and Railroad Company. Folding door and 
support therefor. 2.351,656; June 20. 
Auten, Claude I., Birmingham Ala., assignor to Ten- 
nessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company. Prefabri- 
cated metal doorway. 2,356,730 ; Aug. 29. 
Auten, Claude I., Birmingham. Ala., assignor to Tennessee 
Coal, Iron and Railroad Company. Window for pre- 
fabricated houses. 2,363,475 ; Nov. 28. 
Autocall Company, The. (See Harrington, James R., as- 
signor.) 
Auto Research Corporation. (See Kocher, Edward H., 

assignor.) 
An togas Company. (See Furlong. Francis A., assignor.) 
Autogas Company. (See Furlong, F. A., and Penfold, 

assignors.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Bennett, James A. 

J., assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Campbell, Harris S., 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Pitcairn, Harold F., 

assignor.) 
Autogiro Company of America. (See Pullin, Cyril G., as- 
signor.) 
Autog:raphic Register Company. (See Johnson, Arthur A., 

assignor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Schultz, Frank, 

assignor.) 
Automatic Air Gauge, Inc. (See Critser, L., and Monci- 

mer. assignors.) 
Automatic Appliance Corporation. (See Van Horn, O. F., 

and Whittaker. assignors.) 
Automatic Canteen Company of America. (See Bauman, 

G. C, Bolen, and Thompson, assignors.) 
Automatic Canteen Company of America. (See Carlson, 

John W., assignor.) 
Automatic Canteen Company of America. (See Doggett, 

Leo W., assignor.) 
Automatic Canteen Company of America. (See Richmond, 

William E., assignor.) 
Automatic Canteen Company of America. (See Thomp- 
son, Ernest H., assignor.) 
Automatic Coil Winder & Electrical Equipment Company 
Limited. (SeeMacadio, H. S., and Fraenkel, assignors.) 
Automatic Control Corporation. (See Bower, George D., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Control Corporation. (See Erb, George H., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Control Corporation. (See Garner, Claude M., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Control Corporation. (See Muchow, Elmer, 

assignor.) 
Automatic Control Corporation. (See Rennecamp, Clar- 
ence, assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Conboy, Russell 

D., assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Johnson, Arthur 

A., assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Lehmann, Herbert 

G., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Baker. George 

T., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Balzer, Har- 
vey W., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Brown, 

James W.. assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Burns, George 

A., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Crocker, 

Thomas F.. assignor. 1 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Evers, H. 
G., and Elliott, assignors.) 

590205— P— 3 



Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Frydman, 

Emanuel, assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Gianninl, 

Gabriel M., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Giannini, 

G. M., and Bisenberg, assignors.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Gillings, C, 

and Murray, assignors.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See GrandstafC, 

Otho D., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Grandstaff, 

O. D., Gilman, and Herrick, assignors.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Henrikson, 

Oscar W., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Herrick, Ros- 

well n., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Horlacher, 

Albert F., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Kessler, 

Frank, assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, Clar- 
ence E., assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Mackenzie, 

.John F.. assignor.) 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Molnar, Imre, 

assignor.) 

Autojiiatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, Mar- 
tin L., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell. 
Herbert F., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Ostline, John 
E., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Pearce, O. A., 
and Oliver, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 
Edward S., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 
Seth E., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 
S. E., and Johnson, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Smith, How- 
ard H., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Taylor, R., 
and Baker, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric I^aboratories, Inc. (See Thompson, 
George W., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Willis, Ber- 
nard D., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Woodruff, 
Albert E.. assignor.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Boerner, Arthur R., 
"assignor.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Bolens, Harry W., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Johnson, R. W., and 
Biermann. assignors.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Johnson, R. W. 
Biermann, and Pawelsky, assignors.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Johnson, R. W., and 
Pawelsky. assignors.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Pawelsky, V. R., and 
Biermann, assignors.) 

Automatic Products Company Limited. (See Eves, Fred- 
erick S., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Simpson, 
John K.. assignor.) 

Automatic Products Company, Limited, et al. (See Thorn- 
hill, Peter W., assignor.) 

Automatic Pump & Softener Corporation. (See Whitlock, 
Fred W., assignor.) 

Automatic Safety Wringer Company. (See Fay, Horace 
B., assignor.) 

Automatic Safety Wringer Company. (See Williams, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

Automatic Screen Corporation. (See Rood, William B., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Hey, Henry W., assignor.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Hey, H. W., and Ingres, 
assignors.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Ingres, Jeannot G., as- 
signor.) 

.Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Smith, George T., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Signal Corporation. (See Christensen, Kaj S., 
assignor.) 

"Automatic" Sprinkler Company of America. (See Rider, 
Harry N.. assignor.) 

"Automatic" Sprinkler Company of America. (See 
Rider. H. N., and Dieter, assignors.) 

"Automatic" Sprinkler Company of America. (See Wood, 
C. M. (assignor), and Jones.) 

Automatic Telephone & Electric Company Limited. (See 
Simpson, L. M., and Woodland, assignors.) 

Automatic Voting Machine Corporation. (See Gustavson, 
Alvin N., assignor.) 

Automatic Washer Company; (See Parish, Fred A., as- 
signor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Fulmer, 

Charles A., assignor.) 
Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Carlton, 

Quintin H., assignor.) 
Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Choulngs, 

Leslie C, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clencb, E. 
C. S., and Carlton, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Dovpn, 
Cyril R., assignor.) 

Automotive I'roducis Company, Limited. (See Eves, 
Frederick S., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company, Limited. (See Foottit, F. 
D.. and Trapp, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Foster, 
Sidney, assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Gates, 
Geoffrey B. G., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company, Limited. (See Gosling, 
Clive A., assignor.) 

Autoniotivo Products Company. (See Henry, Howarth P., 
assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Jelfs, 
Robert E., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Parlcer, 
Sydney M.. assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Parnell, 
FranU G., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Simpson, 
Jolin K., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Watson, 
Cyril D., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company, Limited, et al. (See Eves, 
F. S., and Bamford, assignors.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Huss, Henry, assignor.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Laboulais, Jean, as- 
signor.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Scliillberg, Frank W., 
assignor.) 

Autopoint Company. (See Deli, Franlc C, assignor.) 

Autoxygen. Inc. (See Knl;atnur, Vaman R.. assignor.) 

Autoxygen, Inc. (See Kokatnur, V. R., and Van Hook.) 

Autoyre Company, The. (See Sanford, Roy S., assignor.) 

Autoyre Company, The. (See Stiailer, Philip B., as- 
signor.) 

Auxier, Robert W., Forest Plills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Jlanufaeturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Bearing material and hearing. 2,338,480 ; .Jan. 4. 

Ave'Lallemant, Martin H., Milwaukee, Wis. Storm sash 
ventilator. 2,3fi5,323 ; Dec. 19. 

Avenhaus, Wilhelm, Zwickau, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Method and apparatus for 
the production of ceramic shaped bodies, especially clay 
tiles. 2,350,496 ; Aug. 22. 

Avens, Alfred W. (Sec> Pearce. G. W.. and Avens.) 

Averill, Charles. (See Eastes, J. W., and Averill.) 

Averill. William D.. and A. L. Hamelberg. assignors to 
The Cincinnati Milling JTachine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Broaching machine. 2,36.5.040 ; Dec. 12. 

Avery, B. F., and Sons Company. (See Ray, Charles T., 
assignor.) 

Avery, Cleveland C. (See Barry, J. P., and Avery.) 

Avery, George S., Jr., New London, Conn., assignor to 
The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Regula- 
tion of plant growth. 2,364,054 ; Dec. 5. 

Avery, Gordon C., Washington. D. C. Reversing attach- 
ment for duplicating machines. 2.363.490 ; Nov. 28. 

Avery, Harold T.. Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchaut 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,343,273; Mar. 7. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Tabulating mechanism. 
2,365,324 ; Dec. 19. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Clutch mechanism for 
calculating machines. 2,365,325 ; Dec. ]9. 

Avery, Harold T., De W. M. Grimm, and F. N. Schwend, 
Oakland, Calif., assignors to Marchant Calculating Ma- 
chine Company. Calculating machine. 2,350,979 ; 
June 13. 

Avery. PTenry A., Groton, and C. Walker, assignors to 
L, C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Typewriting machine. 2,353,803 ; July 18. 

Avery, Park, Oakland, Calif. Chromatograph. 2,360,536 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Avery, Steven B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
Ruheroid Co.. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for extru- 
sion of plastic material in tubular form. 2,344,959 ; 
.Mar. 28. 

Avery, True M., Glens Falls, and W. H. Bokenkroger, 
assignors to TTnion Bag & Paper Corporation, Hudson 
Falls, N. Y. Bag. 2, .359, 190 ; Sept. 26. 

Avery, W. & T,, Limited. (See Page, Alfred E., as- 
signor.) 

Aviation Corporation, The. (See Carpenter, John H,, as- 
signor.) 

Aviation Corporation, The. (See Chubb, Leroy B., as- 
signor.) 

Aviation Corporation, The. (See John, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Aviation Corporation, The. (See Lampton, G. T., and 
Moyer, assignors.) 

Aviation Pateiits, Inc. (See Houghton, Howard D., as- 
signor,) 

.4vi,Ttion Patents, Inc. (See McLeod, Albert IC, as- 
signor. 1 

Avigdor, Rifat, Toronto. Ontario. Mounting Instruments 
In their casings. 2,352,881 ; July 4. 



Avila, Frank W., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Clutch control means. 
2,341.756 ; Feb. 15. 

Avis, Harriette M., administratrix. (See Avis, Samuel W.) 

Avis, Sam, Chicago, 111. Production of sirup from fruit 
juice. 2,361,586; Oct, 31. 

Avis, Samuel W., deceased, by H. M. Avis, Wellesley, 
administratrix, assignor to The Reece Button Hole 
Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Button clamp. 
2,352,681 ; July 4. 

Avrick, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Tape and label dis- 
penser. 2,361,730 ; Oct. 31, 

Awbrey, William P,, Kansas City, ^lo. Reenforcing bar 
support. 2,349,399 : May 23. 

Axelrad, Felix, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Rich- 
ards Chemical Works, Jersey City, N. J. Improving 
brightness of fibrous materials. 2,341,009; Feb, 8. 

Axelrod, Solomon, Bronx, N. Y. Register device. 
2,349,070 ; Jlay 16, 

Axelrod, Solomon, New York, N. Y. Pedal operated ve- 
hicle. 2,300,824 ; Oct. 24. 

Axelson Manufacturing Co. (See Mattingly, Harold W., 
assignor.) 

Axelsson, Nils R. (See Dodge, M. C^ and Axelsson.) 

Axman, Blax W. (See Adams, P. Gf., and Axman.) 

Axtmann, Clarence G., Sacramento, Calif. Sighting de- 
vice. 2.344,668; Mar. 21, 

Ayars, Charles H., Salem, N. J. Can filling apparatus. 
2,356,142: Aug. 22. 

Ayars, Harry D., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Conti- 
nental Can Company. Inc., New York, N. Y-. Machine 
for filling cans. 2,358,680 ; Sept. 19. 

Ayars, Harry D., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Conti- 
nental Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y, Attach- 
ment for stripning foam from cans. 2, .362, 791 : Nov, 14. 

Ayars, Harry D., Philadelphia, Pa,, assignor to Conti- 
nental Can Company, Inc, New York, N. Y. Stop 
mechanism for can conveyers. 2,362,792 ; Nov, 14, 

Ayars, Harry D., Philadelphia, Pa,, assignor to Conti- 
nental Can Company, Inc., New York, N, Y, Machine 
f'M- filling cans. 2,362.793: Nov. 14. 

Aycock. John A,, Rock Hill. S. C, assignor to Rock Hill 
Printing & Finishing Company. Web slitting means 
and method, 2,364,888 ; Dec. 12. 

Aydelotte, John \V., Philadelphia, Pa. Shell body. 
2,360,096 ; Oct. 10. 

Ayers, Allyn L„ Oakland, Calif. Tandem axle vehicle. 
2,361,166; Oct. 24. 

Ayers, Donald J., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend. Ind. Brake, 2.347. 3SS : Apr. 25. 

Ayers, Edgar H,, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. 2,361,808 ; Oct. 31. 

Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass. Shoe and making 
same. 2,345,372 ; Mar. 28, 

Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass. Inseam fastening ma- 
chine. 2,352,509 ; June 27. 

Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass. Innersole and mak- 
ing the same. 2,352,510 ; June 27. 

Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass. Innersole and making 
the same. 2,359,818 : Oct. 10. 

Ayers, Frederick P., Barnstaple, North Devon, England. 
Linen r-(limension gauge. 2.350,862 : June 6. 

Ayers, George W., Chicago, and L. M. Henderson, Win- 
netka, assi.gnors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Removing mercaptans from hydrocarbon oil. 
2,360,537 ; Oct. 17. 

Ayers, George W., Jr. (See Henderson, L. M., and Ayers.) 

Ayers, George W., Jr. (See Henderson, L. M., Ayers, and 
McNamara.) 

Ayers, George W,, Jr,, and IM. S. Agruss, Chicngo. and 
R. T. Bell, Deerfield, assignors to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Separation of tliioohenols from 
hydrophobic liquid mixtures. 2..364.416 : Dec. 5. 

Ayers, Joseph W., assignor to Agicide Laboratories, Inc., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Process and coating material ior sur- 
faces. 2,339,317 : Jan. 18. 

Ayers, Kreigh B,. assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron, Ohio. Treatment of magnesium. 2,357,991 ; 
Sept, 12. 

Ayers, Maurice D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Uncoiling apparatus. 
2.345,373; Mar. 28. 

Ayers, Samuel H., Philadelphia, Pa,, assignor to Crown 
Cork & Seal Company, Inc, Baltimore, Md, Method 
and apparatus for packaging beverages. 2,361,587 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Ayers, Samuel H., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Com- 
pany, Inc., Baltimore, Jld, Method and apparatus for 
packaging beverages. 2,361,588 ; Oct. 31. 

Aylies, Andi'ew G. (See Van Wirt, A. E,, and Aylies.) 

Aylor. Frank O., Miami, Fla. Child's folding seat. 
2,340,788 ; Feb. 1. 

Aylor, Frank O.. Miami, Fla. Collapsible or folding seat 
for young children. 2,340,789 ; Feb. 1. 

Avlor. Frank O, Miami, Fla. Child's folding seat. 
2,340.790 : Feb. 1. 

Aylsworth, Selden B., Edgewood, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical 
relav. 2,363,038 : Nov. 21. 

Ayotte, Joseph Rene, Chicago, 111, Safety razor. 
2.348.590 ; May 9. 

Ayres, Francis L., Des Plaines, assignor to Stewart- 
Warner Corporation. Chicago, 111. Fastening means 
for detachable covers and other devices. 2,354,297 ; 
July 25. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Ayres, Fred D. (See Muskat, I. E., and Ayres.) 

Ayres, John A., et al., executors. (See Brooks, Lew W.) 

Ayres, Seymour A., East Lansing, Mich. Fuel oil feed- 
ing device. 2.358,616 ; Sept. 19. 

Aywon Divss Co. Inc. (See Hayes. Lucille, assignor.) 

B. B. Chemical Co. (See Griswold, Stanley M., as- 
signor.) 

B. B. Cliemical Co. (See Morris. Thomas C, assifrnor. ) 

B. R. Chemical Co. (See Wells, Adonlram J., assignor.) 

B. P. B. Engineers, Incorporated. (See Finch, Edgar L., 
assignor.) 

B. G. Corporation, The. (See Paulson, George M., as- 
signor.) 

B-L Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Peters, Carl 
E., assignor.) 

B. & K. Patents Limited. (See Birch, George C. K., as- 
signor.) 

B. & T. Floor Company, The. (See Farr, Michael, Jr.. 
assignor.) 

B, V, D. Corporation, The. (See Doumaux, Jerome N., 
assignor.) 

B and W, Inc. (See Wright. Kenneth A., assignor.) 

Baak, Albert E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regu- 
lator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Fuel burner control 
apparatus. 2,346.284; Apr. 11. 

Baak, Albert E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg- 
ulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Heat motor. 
2,355,041 : Aug. 8. 

Baak, Albert E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg- 
ulatoi' Company, Jlinneapolis, Minn. Control of fuel 
feeding devicps. 2,364,184; Dee. 5. 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Johnson, Glenn D., as- 
signor.) 

Bahb. Hpninmin A. (See Hall. Roy F., assignor.) 

Babb. Claude R., Lakewood, assignor to The Toder Com- 
pany. Cleveland, Ohio. Mechanism for removing weld- 
ing burrs. 2,354,289 : July 25. 

Balih. M:iynard A. (See Warsher, A., and Babb.) 

Babb. Maynard A., North Bergen, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to M. M. Bilofsky, Newark, N. J. Hot 
vapor lamp equipment. 2.339,244 ; Jan. 18. 

Babb. Bfnynard A., Tenafly, N. J. Starting and operating 
circuit for gaseous electric discharge devices. 2,341,520 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Babbitt, Bethel J.. Riverside, and C. C. McCain, Olen 
Ellyn, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Pressing apparatus. 
2,357.867 ; Sept. 12. 

Babbitt. John F., assignor to J. V. Pilcher Mfg. Co., 
Louisville, Ky. Making cartridge cases. 2,349,840 ; 
May 30. 

Babcock, Dale F., Elmhurst, and A. W. Larchar, assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Production of olefins and aromatic hydrocarbons. 
2,346,642 ; Apr. 18. 

Babcock, David L., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Control device for photographic cam- 
eras. 2,345,999 ; Apr. 4. 

Babcock, David L., and F. J. Frisby, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Depth of field 
indicator for cameras. 2.350.009 ; May 30. 

Babcocic, Lloyd L., Compton, andJ. O. Bishop, Torrance, 
Calif., assignors to The National Supply Company, 
Pittsburgh. Pa. Bending brake. 2,343,441 ; Mar. 7. 

Babcock, Verner E., Port Clinton, Ohio. Backlash pre- 
venter for fishing reels. 2,341,073 ; Feb. S. 

Babcock «Sb Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, Ervln G„ 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, E. G., 

Kerr, Fletcher, Watts, and Kooistra, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Behr, Robert K., 

assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Dewald, Edward 

A., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Dow, R. L., Fon 

Der.=!mith, and Waugaman, assignors.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Fletcher, James, 

assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Grubb, John C, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hamilton, Carl 
C, assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hardgrove, Ralph 
]\f.. assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, Howard J., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, 1.1. J 
Fletcher, Watts, and Kooistra, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox, The. (See Maxwell, Carl A., as- 
signor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Shellenberger, 

Rolfe, assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Wllcoxson, Leslie 

S., assignor.) 
Babenco, Mauriclo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Electric 

switch. 2,365,444 ; Dec. 19. 
Babpr. CecH H., et al. (See Turner, Leon E., assignor.) 
Babineau. Rosaire. PointP-aux-Trembles, Quebec, Canada. 

Filing device. 2,345.228 ; Mar. 28. 
Babowski, Witold A., Cleveland. Ohio. Automatic means 

for opening parachutes. 2.365,445 ; Dec. 19. 
Babson Bros. Co. (See Schilling, Lorell J., assignor.) 
Babson Bros. Co. (See Thomas, Chester A., assignor.) 



Bach, Henry M., Woodmere, assignor by mesne assign- 
ments, to Parents Research Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Reactance system. 2,361,731; Oct. 31. 

Bach, Jesse M., Bronx, N. Y. Ball game. 2,353.866 : 
July 18. 

Bach, Roy O., et al. (See Detjen, Robert L., assignor.) 

Bach, Walter J., et al. (See Detjen, Robert L., as- 
signor.) 

Bachman, Charles H., Scotia. N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electron lens. 2.347.982: l\Iay 2. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Car truck. 2,352,595 ; July 4. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago 111. Spring group. 2,356,742 ; Aug. 29. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Spring group. 2,360,190 ; Oct. 10. 

Bachrach, Irving W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Oscillating pump. 
2,359.819 ; Oct. 10. 

Bacigalupi, Peter, assignor to L. Basso and R. Zappettini, 
doing business as Wm. Zappettini Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Shipping tray for flowers. 2,358,295 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Back, Franz G., assignor of one-half to R. D. Eshbaugh, 
and one-half to Gastro-Photor Laboratories, New York, 
N. Y. Panoramic camera. 2,349,931 ; May 30. 

Back, Franz G., assignor to Gastro-Photor Laboratories, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for taking photographs of 
cavities of the body. 2,349,932 ; May 30. 

Backe, John C, Corunna, Mich. Pishing rod. 2,351,734 ; 
June 20. 

Backofen, Elmer R. (See Dunham. E. J., and Backofen.) 

Backoff. William J., and N. D. Williams, Chicago, J. P. 
O'Loughlin, Winnetka, H. L. Moir, Niles Center, and 
J. S. Yule, assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Motor fuel composition. 2,341,892 ; Feb. 15. 

Backoff,-William J., and N. D. Williams, assignors to The 
Pure Oil Companj, Chicago, 111. Solvent compositions. 
2,347,983 ; May 2. 

Backoff, William J., and N. D. Williams, Chicago, J. P. 
O'Loughlin, Winnetka, H. L. Moir, Niles Center, andi 
J. S. Yule, assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Motor fuel composition. 2,350,145 ; May 30. 

Backus, Harry A., Fernbank, Ohio. Upholstery struc- 
ture. 2,361,167: Oct. 24. 

Backus, Thomas, assignor to Puller Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Combined transmission and 
.auxiliary. 2,343,733; Mar. 7. 

Bacon, Frederick S.. Newton, Mass., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Uniting fibrous 
materials. 2,361,527 : Oct. 31. 

Bacon, Henry M., assignor to The Dayton Rubber Manu- 
facturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Long draft textile 
apron. 2.362,340 ; Nov. 7. 

Bacon, Hollis P., assignor to Northern Blower Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for cooling gas. 2,349,841 ; 
May 30. 

Bacon. Jack C. (See McClellan. P. P.. and Bacon.) 

Bacon, Louis. (See Yarmolowich, William C, assignor.) 

Bacon, Thomas P., Oakland, Calif. Tire retreading ap- 
paratus. 2,345.172 ; Mar. 28. 

Bacon, Walter M., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incornorated, New York, N. Y. Telegraph sys- 
tem. 2,340,576 ; Feb. 1. 

Bacon, Walter M., assignor to Bell Telephone Laborato- 
ries, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Telegraph re- 
corder control. 2,361,004 ; Oct. 24. 

Bacon, Walter M., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telegraph sys- 
tem. 2,364,417 ; Dec. 5. 

Bacon. Walter M., and P. S. Kinkead, deceased, by R. S. 
Kinkead, administratrix, assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Com- 
munication system. 2.358.275: Sont. 10 

Bade, Alfred G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The Palk Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable speed transmis- 
sion. 2,342,071 ; Feb. 15. 

Bade, Alfred G., Vrauwatosa, assignor to The Falk Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable speed transmis- 
sion. 2,343.840: Mar. 7. 

Bade, Alfred G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The Falk Cor- 
poration, Jlilwaukee, Wis. Variable speed transmission. 
2,353,136 ; July 11. 

Bade, Alfred G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The Falk Cor- 
- poration. Milwaukee, Wis. Variable speed transmis- 
sion. 2,3,59.540 ; Oct. 3. 

Badenhausen, John P., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam gen- 
erator furnace. 2.364,044 ; Deo. 5. 

Badenhausen, John P., et al. (See Hersch, Lloyd J,, as- 
signor.) 
Bader, Harry J. (See Rossell, W. T., Shepard, and 
Bader.) 

Badertscher, Darwin E., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to 
Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Mineral 
oil composition. 2.355,257 ; Aug. 8. 

Badger Cut Outs, Inc. (See Ostrander, Robert K., as- 
signor.) 

Badger, Dale E., deceased, Concord,* N. H. ; L. M. Badger, 
administratrix. Pipe joint or coupling. 2,361,811 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Badger, Lilla M.. administratrix. (See Badger, Dale E.) 

Badger Meter Mfg. Company. (See Welsse, Prank W. B., 
assignor.) 

Badgley, Robert H., Morris Plains, N. J. Electromag- 
netic device. 2,338,566 ; Jan. 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Baechle, James E., River Forest, and H. M. Nicholls, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to American Can Company, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for packing products. 

2.357.802 : Sept. 12. 

Baehren, Fritz. (See Nelles, J., Bayer, Tlschbein, and 
Baehren.) 

Baer, Buirl, Whittaker, Mich. Hand planter. 2,301,005 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Baer, John M.. Chicago, 111., assignor to The Guardite Cor- 
poration. Drying normally opaque starchy products by 
radiant energy. 2,339,757 ; Jan. 25. 

Baer, John M., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Guardite Cor- 
poration. Vacuum drying food products. 2,340,170 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Baer, Julius, Beverly Hills, Calif. Jointed shoe sole. 
2,347.166; Apr. 25. 

Baerwalde, Emil, Cleveland, Ohio. Device for cutting 
screw threads. 2,360.387 ; Oct. 17. 

Bagan, John P., Portland, assignor of one-third to A. E. 
Wanezek, Marshfield, Oreg. Rotary spiral plow. 
2,342,030 : Feb. 15. 

Bagan, John P., Portland, assignor of one-third to A. U. 
Wanezelc, Marshfield, Oreg. Land cultivating appara- 
tus. 2.342.031 : Feb. 15. 

Bagan, John P., Portland, assignor of one-third to A. R. 
Wanezek, Marshfield, Oreg. Spiral cutter. 2,342,032; 
Feb. 15. 

Bager, William M., assignor to Bucyrus-Erie Company, 
South Milwaukee, Wis. Dragline excavator. 2,341,838 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Baggott, Edmund W., Brooklyn, assignor to Ideal Novelty 
& Toy Co., Long Island City, N. Y. Toy. 2,345,173 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Bagley and Sewall Company, The. (See Helin, Francis 
A., assignor.) 

Bagley, Thomas J., Haddonfield, N. J., and D. Levin, 
Pliiladelphia, Pa., assignors to R. M. Hollingshead Cor- 
poration, Camden, N. J. Composition for producing 
fire-fighting foam and preparing same. 2,365,619 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bagnall, Edwin. (See Lyman, K. E., and Bagnall.) 

Bagnall, Edwin, Chicago, 111. Stabilizer. 2,340,858 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bagnall, Edwin, Chicago, 111. Stabilizer. 2,357,299 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Bagnall, Edwin, Chicago, 111. Commercial washer. 
2.363.491 ; Nov. 28. 

Bagnall, Edwin, Chicago, and K. E. Lyman, Lake Forest, 
111. ; said Lyman assignor to said Bagnall. Stabilizer. 
2,340,857 ; Feb. 8. 

Bagpak, Inc. (Sep Allen. H. G., and Saunders, assignors.) 

Bagpak, Inc. (See Allen. H. G.. and Sims, assignors.) 

Bagsar, Aaron B., Drexel Hill, assignor to Sun Oil Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for cracking hy- 
drocarbon oils. 2,339,308 ; Jan. 18. 

Bahll;e, Alfred F. (See v-rrossmtin. L., and Bnhlke.) 

Bahney, Luther W., Elizabeth, N. J., and A. H. Horswell, 
Jnck.son Heights, N. Y.. assignors to Scovill Manufac- 
turing Company. Waterburv. Conn. Metallurgical ap- 
paratus. 2.360.605 : Oct. 17. 

Bahnson, Agnew H.. Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Humidi- 
fier unit. 2.350,997 ; June 13. 

Bahnson, Agnew H.. Jr., Winston-Salem. N. C. Air condi- 
tioning method and apparatus. 2.358,847 ; Sept. 26. 

Bahring, Herbert, Klein Machnow near Berlin, (Jermany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Transformer. 
2.350.558 : Aug. 22. 

"Baier, Ijudwig S., Portland, Oreg. Plywood lifeboat. 
2,341,010 ; Feb. 8. 

Baier, Ludwig S., Portland, Oreg. Plywood life boat. 
2.352,360; June 27. 

Bailev. Burton E., Baton Rouge, La. Backstop nipple. 

2.350.803 : June 0. 

Bailey, David C, Amesbury, Mass. Combined windlace 
and p.nnol trim retainer. 2.34R.3in ; Afay 9. 

Bailey, Earl L., San Francisco. Calif. Garment tag fix- 
ing and marking device. 2,353.636 ; July 18. 

Bailey, Kdgar L. (See Gilfillan, H. W., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Edgar L., Birmingham, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration. Highland Park, Mich. Fluid coupling. 
2.347,071 ; Apr. 18. 

Bailey, Emerson D.. Wilmington, Del., M. M. Brubaker, 
Boothwyn, Pa., and J. H. Teeple, Caldwell, N. J., as- 
signor.'s to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington. Del. Optical apparatus. 2.346.247; Apr. 11. 

Bailey. Ervin G.. Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Fuel burning proc- 
ess and apparatus. 2.357.300 ; Sept. 5. 

Bailey, Ervin G.. Easton, Pa., H. J. Kerr. Westfield, N. J., 
J. Fletcher. Akron, (5. A. Watts, Barberton, and L. 
Kooistra. Akron. Ohio, assignors to The Babcock & 
WilcoT Company, Newark. N. J. Fuel burning method 
and apparatus. 2.357.301 ; Sept. 5. 

Bailey, George S., Hat Company. (See Young, Philip E., 
assignor.) * 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, assignor to Plax Corpora- 
tion, Hartford, Conn. Apparatus for skinning thermo- 
plastic shapes. 2.348..591 : May 0. 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, assignor to Plax Corpora- 
tion, Hartford. Conn. Method of and apparatus for 
producing continuous organic plastic sheets or ribbons 
by extrusion. 2,365,326; Dec. 19. 



Bailey, James, West Hartford, assignor to Plax Corpora- 
tion, Hartford, Conn. Shaping plastics by extrusion. 
2„^65,374 ; Dec. 19. 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, and R. S. Jesionowski, 
assignors to Plax Corporation, Hartford, Conn. 
Method of and means for controlling the viscosity of 
extruded plastic ribbons. 2,339,451 ; Jan. 18. 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, and R. S. JesionowsUi, 
assignors to Plax Corporation, Hartford, Conn. 
Molding plastic slugs. 2,339,452 ; Jan. 18. 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, and R. S. Jesionowski, 
assignors to Plax Corporation, Hartford, Conn. Shap- 
ing plastics by extrusion. 2.36o.37.t-; Dec. 19. 

Bailey, Kenneth. (See Chibnall, A. C, and Bailey.) 

Bailey, L. Horace, New Orleans, and W. L. Owen, Jr., 
and W. L. Owen. Baton Rouge, La. Production of mud- 
laden drilling fluids. 2,360,327 ; Oct. 17. 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Gorrie, Harvard H., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Hines, Robert B., as- 
signor. ) 

Bailey Jleter Company. (See Hornfeck, Anthony J., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Johnson, Clarence, as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Luhrs, John F., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Ryder, John D., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Ryder, J. D., and Hornfeck, 
assignors.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Sprenkle, Raymond E., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey, Otis M., Bristol, R. I. Shoulderless gown. 
2,343,631 ; Mar. 7. 

Bailey, Otterbein A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago 
Bridge & Iron Company. Lifter roof. 2,344.499 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Bailey, Otterbein A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago 
Bridge & Iron Company. Lifter roof. 2,345,174 ; Mar. 
28. 

Bailey, Rand S., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Through and inward telegraph exchange system. 
2,345,316 ; Mar. 28. 

Bailey, Rand S., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Satellite telegraph switching system. 2,345,317 ; Mar. 
28. 

Bailee. Richard S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Piezoelectric 
apparatus and method. 2,340,543 ; Feb. 1. 

Bailey, Richard S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Piezoelectric 
crystal holder. 2,341.683; Feb. 15. 

Bailey, Richard S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Etched crys- 
taline hone. 2,356.910 ; Aug. 29. 

Bailey, Robert A., Burbank, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. 
Lateral control system for aircraft. 2,352,308 ; June 
27. 

Bailey, Roy W., assignor to Detroit Power Screwdriver 
Conipany, Detroit, Mich. Feeding device. 2,350,480 ; 
June 0. 

Bailey, Russell L., Washington, D. C, and L. J. Hennessy, 
Baltimore. Md. Airplane scaffold. 2,354,905 ; Aug. 1. 

Bailey, Russell L., Washington, D. C, and L. J. Hennessy, 
Baltimore, Md. Airplane scaffold. 2.354,906 ; Aug. 1. 

Bailey, Stanley J., Snyder, assignor to Spencer Lens Com- 
pany, Buffalo. N. Y. Adjusting and securing prisms. 
2,351,471 ; June 13. 

Bailey, Theodore, Habana, Cuba. Dry shaver. 2,363,849 ; 
NoV. 28. 

Bailey, Thomas S., Jr., A. C. Daman, and L. H. Logue, 
assignors to Mining Process and Patent Company, 
Denver, Colo. Flotation machine. 2.343,274 ; Mar. 7. 

Bailey, William A., Jr. (See McAllister, S. H., and 
Bailey.) 

Bailey, William A., Jr., Berkeley, and S. H. McAllister, 
Lafayette, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Halogenation of cyclopentane 
hydrocarbons. 2,342.072 ; Feb. 15. 

Bailey, William C, assignor to United States Plywood 
Corporation. Seattle. Wa.sh. Making balanced lami- 
nated panels. 2,303.492 ; Nov. 28. 

Bailey, William C, assignor to United States Plywood 
Corporation, Seattle. Wash. Balanced striated ply- 
wood panel. 2,303.927; Nov. 28. 

Bailey. William C, anil C. M. .\dams. assignors to United 
States Plywood Corporation, Seattle, Wash. Veneer 
edge prep.-iring apparatus. 2.362,527; Nov. 14. 

Bailey, William J. A. (See Leathers, W., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, William J. A., Packanack Lake. N. J., assignor to 
International Business Machines Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Device for analyzing perforated data ap- 
pearing in adjacent fields of record media. 2,344,585 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Bailev, Vivian P., Philadelphia, Pa. Fire rescue device. 

2,3'38.833; .Tan. 11. 
Bailhe, George, Brooklyn, assignor to Fredcraft Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Flashlight structure. 2,340,101 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Bailie, James C. (See Heard, L., Shankland, and Bailie.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bailie, James C, and M. J. See, assignors to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Petroleum oil conversion 
with catalysts. 2,343,295 ; Mar. 7. 

Bailie, James C, and M. J. See, assignors to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, III. Petroleum oil conversion 
with catalysts. 2,343,731 ; Mar. 7. 

Bailv. Erlan C. Oklahoma City, Olda. Apparatus for 
flowinK oil or gas wells. 2.362.442 ; Nov. 14. 

Bain. Joseph P., Jacksonville, Fla., assignor to Nelio 
Rpsin Processing Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Cyclic 
alcohol and preparing. 2,340.294 ; Feb. 1. 

Bain, \Vnlt(-r i\l., and A. W. Neubaucr, Oak Park, 111., as- 
signors to The Olidden Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pre- 
paring protf^in composition. 2,350,953; June G. 

Bainbi-idge, William C, Brooklyn, N. Y., and F. J. Hope, 
Toaneck, N. J., assignors to II. ICohnsiamm & Co. Inc., 
New Yorlc, N. Y. Fluorescein and halogenatcd fluores- 
ceins dye acids. 2,355,359 ; Aug. 8. 

Bair. Ceorge J., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to N. S. Gar- 
bi.sch. 'Jlaniifacture of glazed ceramic bodies. 
2..347.5.'',5 : Apr. 25, 

Baird. Albert W., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The Linde 
Air Products Company. Electric fillet welding appara- 
tus. 2,357,376 ; Sept. 5. 

Baird. A IbiMt \\"., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The Linde 
Air Products Company. Electric welding apparatus. 
2..H61.918 ; Nov. 7. 

Baird. Clyde W., Columbus, Oliio, assignor to The Traylor 
Vibrator Company. Electrical protecting system. 
2,341.135; Feb. 8. 

Baird, Donald A., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Clutch. 2,349,132 ; May 
16. 

Baird, Douglas O., Evanston, assignor to R. D. Mason, 
Wilmette, 111. Vacuum cleaning apparatus. 2,343,732; 
JIar. 7. 

Baird, Elinor, Los Angeles, Calif. Controlling the per- 
centage of water in liquid and solid carbon dioxide. 
2.354,732 ; Aug. 1. 

Baird, John L., London. England. Method of and ap- 
paratus for producing images by television in stero- 
scopic relief. 2,349,071 : May 16. 

Baird Machine Company, The. (See Barnes, Leslie W., 
assignor.) 

Bake, liOtiis S., Penns flrove, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
dn Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Quick curing neoprene cement. 2.351.735: June 20. 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Ducca, Frederick W., as- 
signors.) 

B.iki'lite Corporation. (See EUingwood, Finley F., as- 
signo''.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See MazzucchelU, Arthur P., as- 
signor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Meharg, Virgil E., assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Shannon, Harvey D., as- 
signor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Turkington, V. H., Whiting, 
and Rankin, assignors.) 

Baker, Albert D.. Lansing, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Horn control system. 
2,340,502: Feb. 1. 

Baker, Albert F., assignor to Hancock Manufacturing 
Company, Jackson, Mich. Latch mechanism. 2,347,146 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Baker, Albert L., Summit, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Puller Company, Catasauqua, Pa. Appa- 
ratus for conveying pulverized material. 2,355,774 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Baker, Albert V., Falmouth, England. Stretcher. 
2,366.082 : Dec. 26. 

Baker, Benjamin P. (See Ludwig, L. R., Baker, and Gum- 
ming.) 

Baker, Benjamin P. (See Marbury, R. E., Ludwig, and 
Baker.) 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Circuit interrupting device. 2,365,509 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and H. L. Rawlins, 
Pittsburgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Man- 
ufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit 
breaker. 2,345,724 ; Apr. 4. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and H. J. W^ebb, 
Forest Hills, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgli, Pa. Circuit 
interrupter. 2.351,903; June 20. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and A. H. Bakken, 
Edgewood, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit in- 
terrupter. 2,363,283: Nov. 21. 

Baker, Bernard R. (See Carlson, G. H., and Baker.) 

Baker, Bernard R., Nanuet, assignor to Lederie Labo- 
ratories. Inc.. New York. N. Y. Water soluble com- 
pounds having vitamin K activity. 2.359.282 : Oct. 3. 

Baker, Charles I., West Hickory, Pa. Deaerating appa- 
ratus. 2.-339,369 : Jan. 18. 

Baker, Charles I.. West Hickory, Pa. Vacuum deaerating 
receiver. 2,357,445 ; Sept. 5. 

Baker. Chester L.. Penn Wynne, and C. H. Dedrick, Drexel 
Hill, Pa., assignors to Philadelphia Quartz Company. 
Philadelphia, Pa. Sizing paper. 2.340,728 ; Feb. 1. 

Baker & Company et al. (See Comstock, Gregory J., as- 
signor.) 

Baker & Co. Inc. (See Jones, Harry J., assignor.) 



Raker & Co. Inc. (See Wade, Kenneth L., assignor.) 

Baker, Corwin W.,, Stonehani, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Ap- 
paratus for lacing moccasin collars. 2,341,684 ; Feb. 
15. 

Baker, Corwin W., Stoneham, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Manu- 
facture of reinforced insoles. 2,342,719 ; Feb. 29. 

Baker, Corwin W., Stoneham, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Presser 
foot lock for shoe sewing machines. 2,348,775; May 
16. 

Baker, David B. (See Scarratt, A. W^., Baker, and 
Ilagen.) 

Baker, Edward G., assignor to Guardian Electric Manu- 
facturing Co., Chicago, 111. Relay construction. 
2,339,610; Jan. 18. 

Baker, Eugene L., Taunton, Mas.«. Cooking stove. 
2,304,330 ; Dec. 5. 

Baker, George L. (See Willaman, J. J., Mottern, Hills, 
and Baker.) 

Baker. George T. (See Taylor, R., and Baker.) 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. 
Telephone system. 2,364,685 ; Dec. 12. 

Baker, George W;, New York, N. Y., assignor to Tung-Sol 
Lamp Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. Thermionic device 
and circuit including the same. 2,346,653 : Apr. 18. 

Baker, Gerald S. (See Sullivan, E., and Baker.) 

Baker, Gerald S.. and E. Sullivan, Fostoria, Ohio. Sur- 
gery cot. 2,347.389 ; Apr. 25. 

Baker, Herbert N., Syracuse, assignor to Syracuse 
Chilled Plow Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Plow 
bottom. 2,347,167: Apr. 25. 

Baker, Hughey, et al. (See Crowe, M. B., and Hatter, 
assignors.) 

Baker, Irving C, and R. A. Gonzalez, Dayton, Ohio, as- 
signors to Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Air- 
conditioning system. 2,353,804 ; July 18. 

Baker, James B., Warren, Oliio. Charging bucket. 
2,338.617 ; Jan. 4. 

Baker, J. W. (See Harless, Roy G., assignor.) 

Baker, John A., Miami, Fla. Air drying device. 
2,341,893 : Feb. 15. 

Baker, John G., assignor to Baker Manufacturing Com- 
pany, ICvansville, Wis. Mechanical movement. 

2.350.334 ; June 6. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, 
Chicago, 111. Substation protector. 2,350,442 ; June 6. 

Baker, John S., Los Angeles, Calif. Cooker. 2,353,805 ; 
July 18. 

Baker, Judd O., Medford Lalces, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Sensitometry. 2,361,447 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Baker, Leonard, Hillsdale, N. J., and L. C. Wllllanis, 
assignors to Dexter Folder Company, Pearl River, 
N. Y. Sheet feeding apparatus. 2,341,521 ; Feb. 16. 

Baker, Leonard, Hillsdale, N. J., and G. A. Martin, as- 
signors to Dexter Folder Company, Pearl River, N. Y. 
Sheet feeding. 2.361,907 ; Nov. 7. 

Baker, Lin E., San Francisco, Calif. Device for impelling 
and propelling fluid or gas or the like. 2,361,676 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Baker, Lucille L., Homer, Mich. Diaper prevvasher. 
2,348,102; Blay 2. 

Baker, Malvern S., Pontiac, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Seal. 2,362,341 : Nov. 7. 

Baker Manufacturing Company. (See Baker, John G., as- 
signor.) 

Baker-McMillen Company, The. (See Sperry, John A., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Norman G., Laredo, Tex. Brewer or cooker. 

2.350.335 ; June 6. 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker. Reuben C, assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Burt, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Baker, Paul, Redondo Beach, Calif., assignor of one-fifth 
to J. D. Rippey, St. Louis, Mo. Electric lighting device. 
2,343,518 ; Mar. 7. 

Baker Perkins, Inc. (See Feige. Harry, assignor.) 

Baker Perkins, Inc. (See Lubahn, William C, assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Limited, et al. (See Craig, R., and (Harber, 
assignor).) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Harber, Laurence S., as- 
signor. 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Harber, Laurence S., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Macfarlane, R. F., and 
Dumbleton, assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Tunley, Allan A., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Raymond, Sr., Upper Darby, assignor to Horn & 
Hardart Baking Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Vending ma- 
chine. 2,365,995 ; Dec. 26. 

Baker, Rest R., Swissvale, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Control system for paper making apparatus. 2,351,902 ; 
June 20. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Method and apparatus for cement- 
ing wells. 2,344,120 ; Mar. 14. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Baker, Robert, Alexandria, and C. W. Davis, Summitville, 
Ind., assignors to The Mantle Lamp Company of Amer- 
ica, Chicago, 111. Liquid fuel burning device of pres- 
sure. 2,362,342 ; Nov. 7. 

Baker, Robin, and J. C. Fleming, Lockney, Tex. Butane 
gas tank feed device. 2,3^9,134; Jan. 11. 

Baker, Thomas A., Logansport, Ind. Fluid regulating 
device. 2,350,143 ; Aug. 22. 

Baker, Walter L., Covington, Va., assignor to West Vir- 
ginia Pulp and Paper Company, New York N. Y. 
Coated welding rod. 2,357,250 ; Aug. 29. 

Baker, William E., Swanton, Ohio. Apparatus for han- 
dling liquids. 2,345,446; Mar. 28. 

Baker, William J., .Southgate, Ky. Weeding implement. 
2,339,90.') ; Jan. 25. 

Baker, William O., Morristown, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Manufacture of cellulose acetate solutions. 2,362,182 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Baker, William V. (See Dodge, M. L., and Baker.) 

Bakewell, Harding F., San Marino. Calif. Tap construc- 
tion. 2,343,632 ; Mar. 7. 

Bakewell, Harding F., San Marino, Calif. Radial pre- 
cision tapping machine. 2,345,318 ; Mar. 28. 

Bakken, Andrew H. (See Baker, B. P., and Bakken.) 

Bakken, Hans H., Pueblo, Colo. Hot pan and plate lifter. 
2,360,538 ; Oct. 17. 

Bakker, Cornells J. (See Strutt, M. J. O., van der Ziel 
and Bakker.) 

Bakker, Pier, assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and Sup- 
ply Company, Chicago, 111. Private branch exchange 
automatic telephone system. 2,365,996 ; Dec. 26. 

Balanon, Agaton A., Kalaheo Kauai, Hawaii. Goggle. 
2,356,731 ; Aug. 29. 

Balassa, Ladislaus, Flint, Mich., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Alu- 
minum silicate pigments and preparing them. 
2,356,297 ; Aug. 22. 

Balassa, Ladislaus, Flint, Mich., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coating 
composition and preparing the same. 2,362,876 ; Nov. 
14. 

Baldzs, Ernest. (See Perlusz, D., and BalSzs.) 

Balcerzak, Edward C., assignor to A. J. Lindemann & 
Hoverson Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Making gas stove 
burners and core for same. 2,346,720 ; Apr. 18. 

Balch, Clifford A., Los Angeles, Calif. Emergency exit 
door lock. 2,343,519 ; Mar. 7. 

Balcomb, Carl B., Dayton, Ohio, assignor of one-half to 
W. P. York, Aurora, 111. Producing color separations 
in art work. 2,353,867 ; July 18. 

Balcomb, Edward J., Stambaugh, Mich. Snowshoe har- 
ness. 2,365,041; Dec. 12. 

Baldenhofer, William G., assignor to The Thompson 
Grinder Company, Springfield, Ohio. Hydraulic system 
for machine tools. 2,349,602 ; May 23. 

Baldenhofer, William G., assignor to The Thompson 
Grinder Co., Springfield, Ohio. Surface grinder with 
auxiliary spindle. 2,363,039 ; Nov. 21. 

Baldeschwieler, Agnes R., Asbury Park, N. J. Sling. 
2,344,844; Mar. 21. 

Baldeschwieler, Agnes R., Asbury Park, N. J. Apron. 
2,344,845 ; Mar. 21. 

Baldeschwieler, Emile L. (See Sparks, W. J., Balde- 
schwieler, and Sommer.) 

Baldine, Joseph J., Hubbard, Ohio. One-man armored 
tank. 2,349,535: May 23. 

Baldocchi, Archie A. (See Cooley, William L., assignor.) 

Baldridge, Ernest B. (See Fischer, R. F., and Baldridge.) 

Baldsiefen, Walter D., Metuchen, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Photographic processes 
and compositions. 2,363,493 ; Nov. 28. 

Baldsiefen, Walter D.. Metuchen, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Production of blue-black toned silver images. 
2.364,017; Nov. 28. 

Balduf, Bruno E., assignor to United States Gypsum 
Company, Chicago, 111. Wall construction. 2,357,722 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Baldwin, Charles F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Frequency measuring device. 
2,343,633 ; Mar. 7. 

Baldwin, Clyde P., Claremont, N. H., and H. H. Vander- 
zee, Rlichigan City, Ind., assignors to Sullivan Ma- 
chinery Company. Kerf cutting apparatus. 2,364,045 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Kock, ' Winston E., as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin, Curtis C, Ottawa, Kans., assignor to C. E. 
Hovpy, trustee, Kan-sas City, Mo. Tractor-icarried 
loading apparatus. 2,349,335 ; May 23. 

Baldwin, Edward T., River Forest, assignor to Teletype 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmitter. 2,354,733 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Baldwin, Fred T., Lakeland, Fla. Dental flask. 2,350,864 ; 
June 6. 

Baldwin, Harold S., Binghamton, assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Trans- 
parency mount. 2,352,243; June 27. 

Baldwin, ITarrv W. (See Ruau, F. F., and Baldwin.) 

Baldwin, HoUie D., Meggett, S. C. Cultivator attach- 
ment. 2,338,374; Jan. 4. 



Baldwin, Irving W., and H. E. Marvel, assignors to 
S. F. Bowser & Company, Incorporated, Fort Wayne, 
Ind. Fuel dispensing apparatus. 2,339,668; Jan. 18. 

Baldwin, Ira L., Madison, Wis., assignor to The Lummus 
Company, New York, N. Y. Inoculating method and 
apparatus. 2,341,259 ; Feb. 8. 

Baldwin, Jesse A., Spooner, Wis. Filter. 2,357,572 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Baldwin, Johnnie W., Navy Yard, S. C. Hand beading 
tool. 2,347,390; Apr. 25. 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Buckingham, 
Francis, assignor.) 

Baldwin liOcomotive Works, The. (See" Collins, Paul C, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Cutler, John B., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Essl, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Fawcett, Thomas 
H., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Fullerton, Herbert 
S., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Gibbons, Chester 
H., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Harman, Wil- 
liam H., Jr., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Link, Harry W., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Sims, John C, 
Jr., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Sorensen, Kresten 
T., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Stadlin, Myer N., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Staples, Dana E., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Staples, D. R., 
and Ruckert, assignors.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Tapper, Thomas 
P., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Tate, Malcolm C, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin, Millard W., Jr., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Noise reduction signaling system. 2,343,634 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Baldwin, Nathaniel, East Mill Creek, Utah. Telephone 
receiver. 2,343,859 ; Mar. 14. 

Baldwin, Richard E., Thornton Heath, assignor to Powers 
Accounting Machines Limited, London, England. Cal- 
culating machine. 2,364,934; Dec. 12. 

Baldwin, Robert S., Burlingame, Calif. High frequency 
selective system and method. 2,359,504 ; Oct. 3. 

Baldwin Rubber Company. (See Fiekers, Edmund J., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin, Wayne A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,347,536 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Baldwin, William J., Ingram, assignor to Homelaya, In- 
corporated, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making enamelware. 
2,359,283 ; Oct. 3. 

Bales, James E. (See O'Connor, J. B., and Bales.) 

Bales, James E., assignor to Metal Products, Incorpo- 
rated, Aurora, 111. Hopper-type bin. 2,350,487; 
June 6. 

Bales, James E., assignor to Lyon Metal Products, In- 
corporated, Aurora, 111. Hinge structure. 2,364,612 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Manufac- 
turing Company, Detroit, Mich. Applying beads to the 
margins of strips. 2,346,347 ; Apr. 11. 

Balisteri, Joseph F., and K. H. O'Rear, Dallas, Tex. 
Aerating device for fish containers. 2,364,686 ; Dec. 12. 

Balk, Albert A., Garfield Heights, Ohio. Siue bar fixture. 
2,359,018 ; ; Sept. 26. 

Balk, David, assignor to Superba Manufacturing Co., 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Transmitting mechanism. 
2, 351, .591 ; June 20. 

Biilkin, Mark. (See Canney, Duncan E. F.) 

Balkins, Almond. (See Wahl, Albert G., assignor.) 

Ball, Albert L. (See Melton. R. L., and Ball.) 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs iJanufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Jlich. Vehicle body. 2.338.225 : Jan. 4. 

Ball, Alfred G., Sr. (See Dorsey, Peter J., assignor.) 

Ball, Alfred J., W. Hoge, and B. Rudolph, assignors to 
The General Fireprooflng Company, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Combination drop door and sliding shelf. 2,361,525 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Ball, Charles P., Jr., assignor to The Torrington Com- 
pany, Torrington, Conn. Forming seat mast clusters 
and like structures, and products thereof. 2,356,732 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Ball, Clayton P. (See Henchert, J., and Ball.) 

Ball, Joseph A., assignor to Walt Disney Productions, 
Burba nk, Calif. Cartoon cell and making same. 
2,362,980; Nov. 21. 

Ball, Ralph H. (See Andersen, B., Grenquist, and Ball.) 

Hall, Richard N. (See Van Dellen, E., and Ball.) 

Rail, Thomas J. (See Smith. C. I., and Ball.) 

Ball, Thomas M., Detroit, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Carbu- 
retor. 2,358,435 ; Sept. 19. 



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Ballamy, Leslie M., Caterham-on-Hill, and R. H. Sheep- 
shanks, Woodbridge, England. Guiding threads from 
cops, spools, or the like. 2,357,716 ; Sept. 5. 

Ballamy, Leslie JI., Caterham-on-Hill, and E. H. Sheep- 
shanks, Eyke, Woodbridge, England. Feeding device 
for sewing machines and the like. 2,364,046 ; Dec. 5. 

Ballard, Albert E., and L. E. Martinson, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Purifica- 
tion of lanthanum salts. 2,364,613 ; Dec. 12. 

Ballard & Ballard Company. (See Willoughby, Lively B., 
assignor.) 

Ballard, Charles D., Inglewood, Calif. Compressor for 
pulsator systems. 2,360,539 ; Oct. 17. 

Ballard, Norman S., Si-., Los Angeles, Calif. Contour 
cutting machine. 2,341,201 ; Feb. 8. 

Ballard, Seaver A., Oakland, and V. B. Haury, El Cerrito, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Insecticide. Re. 22,524 ; Aug. 1. 

Ballard, Seaver A., Berkeley, and V. E. Haury, El Cerrito, 
assignors to Shell Developmeiit Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Production of isophorone. 2,344,226 ; Mar. 14. 

Ballard. Seaver A., Oakland, and V. E. Haury, El Cerrito, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco. Calif. Insecticide. 2,363,928 ; Nov. 28. 

Balle, Gerhard. (See Orthner, L., Balle, and Schild.) 

Balleisen, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas cylinder unit 
for guns. 2,340,293; Feb. 1. 

Ballentine, George K., Ridgewood, N. J. Dishwashing 
machine. 2,342,995 ; Feb. 29. 

Ballestero, Manuel E., Baltimore, Md. Educational 
article. 2,352,361 ; June 27. 

Ballinger, Jesse O., Batavia, and E. B. Worthington, 
Mnywood, 111. ; said Worthington assignor to said 
Ballinger. Translator. 2,351,904 ; June 20. 

Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Morehouse, Eugene, assignor.) 

Ballou, Charles O., Denver, Colo., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Cushioning 
means. 2,345,552 ; Apr. 4. 

Ballou, John M., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to The A. 
S. Boyle Company, Jersey City, N. J. Vermin poison 
dispenser. 2,339,745 ; Jan. 18. 

Ballou, Leon H. (See Guenther, George A., assignor.) 

Ballou, Richard P. (See Christensen, P. M., and Ballou.) 

Ballou, Richard P., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Federal Electric Products (Com- 
pany, Inc., Newark, N. J. Resilient removable contact 
member. 2,359,605 ; Oct. 3. 

Ballou. Richard P., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Federal Electric Products Com- 
pany, Inc., Newark, N. J. Electric switch with me- 
chanical interlock. 2,359,606 ; Oct. 3. 

Bally Ribbon Mills, Inc. (See Harries, George H., as- 
signor.) 

Balraes Solanas, Ramfin, Santa Coloma de Cervello, as- 
signor to Colonia Giiell, S. A., Barcelona, Spain. Pres- 
sure apparatus for spinning machines. 2,359,820 ; Oct. 
10. 

Balousek, William E., assignor to W. J. Dennis & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Automatic door bottom. 2,344,278 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Barlow & Seelig Manufacturing Company. (See Schroe- 
der, Simon E., assignor.) 

Balsamo, Michael C, Dayton, Ohio. Antispin attach- 
ment for link trainers. 2,357,304 ; Sept. 5. 

Balsiger, Harold E. (See Price, D. F., Balsiger, and Hol- 
lengreen.) 

Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landis Tool Company, 
Waynesboro, Pa. Relief valve. 2,359,017 ; Sept. 26. 

Balsley, James R., Incorporated. (See Balsley, James R., 
assignor.) 

Balsley, James R., Incorporated. (See Balsley, J. R., 
and (iolomy, assignors.) 

Balsley, James R., Stamford, and R. H. Colomy, Spring- 
dale, assignors to James R. Balsley, Incorporated, Stam- 
ford, Conn. Machine for applying plastic bands. 
2,340,211 ; Jan. 25. 

Balsley, James R., assignor to James R. Balsley, In- 
corporated, Stamford, Conn. Light control means. 
2..3.f)6.195 : Aus. 22. 

Balstad, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Revolving turret 
assembly and anchorage. 2,354,644 ; Aug. 1. 

Balthis, Joseph H., Wilmington, Del., and A. W. Larchar, 
Alendenhall, Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus for 
manufacture of coated products. 2,360,097 ; Oct. 10. 

Baltimore Paper Box Company, The. (See Ferguson, 
George K. S., assignor.) 

Baltimore Type and Composition Corporation. (See 
Chamberlain, Joseph B., assignor.) 

Baluss, Harry D. (See Bratz, O. J., and Baluss.) 

Balz, Emil H. (See Kassay, A. W., Balz, and Williams.) 

Balz, Emil H., A. W. Kassay, and W. D. Williams, Toledo, 
Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Libbey- 
Owens-Pord Glass (Company. Preparation of fine cel- 
lulose flour. 2,362,528: Nov. 14. 

Balzer, Harvey W., Downers Grove, 111., assignor to 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. Telephone sys- 
tem. 2,353,212 ; July 11. 

Baltzly, Richard. New York, E. J. de Beer, Yonkers, and 

J. S. Buck, Albany, assignors to Burroughs Wellcome 

' & Co. (TJ. S. A.) Inc., New York. X. Y. j3-(2..5-diraeth- 

oxyphenyl)-/3-hydroxyisopropylamine. 2.359.707 : Oct. 3. 

Bamber, William, Banstead, England. Cardboard box. 
2,354,098 ; July 18. 



Bamford, Alfred C. (See Eves, F. S., and Bamford.) 

Bamford, Arthur P. (See Wickwire, A. M., Jr., and 
Bamford.) 

Bamford, Denby C, et al., administrators. (See Eves, F. 
S., and Bamford.) 

Bamford, Gertrude M. D., et al., administrators. (See 
Eves, F. S., and Bamford.) 

Bamford, William P. (See Orser, H. G., and Bamford.) 

Banck, William H., Wasliington, D. C. Cigarette and 
match dispenser. 2,348,442 ; May 9. 

Bancker, Elbert H. (See Traver, O. C, and Bancker.) 

Bancroft, Alfred G., assignor to Standard Railway Equip- 
ment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Railway 
car construction. 2,359,077 -.Sept. 26. 

Bancroft, Charles C, Reno, Nev. Apparatus for pre- 
venting clogging of oil wells. 2,349,536 ; May 23. 

Bancroft, Charles C, Reno, Nev., and J. W. I'rain, New . 
Orleans, La. ; said Frain assignor to said Bancroft. • 
Slethod of and apparatus for cleaning subterranean 
wells. 2,355,259 ; Aug. 8. 

Bancroft, Ervi-in P., Brooklyn, assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. In- 
sulated wire connector. 2,359,541 ; Oct. 3. 

Bandranas, Antonio C, Barcelona, Spain. Treating pho- 
tographic document. 2,364,337 ; Doc. 5. 

Bandurski, Walter, Chicago, 111. Air circulator. 
2,364,935 ; Dec. 12. 

Bandy, B. J. (See Windham, R. H., and Phillips, as- 
signors. ) 

Bangassor, Louis W., assignor to Micro Switch Corpora- 
tion, Freeport, 111. Electric switch construction. 
2,351,181 ; June 13. 

Banghart, Charles M., South Bend, Ind. Portable wall- 
paper paste applicator. 2,357,992 ; Sept. 12. 

■Banigan, Thomas F., Kenmore, and R. E. Hartman, 
Buffalo, N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of regen- 
erated cellulose ribbons. 2,358,376 ; Sept. 19. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J. 
Furniture. 2,341,419 ; Feb. 8. 

Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association 
pt al., executors. (See Replogle, Daniel B.) 

Bank of America National Trust and Savings Associa- 
tion. (See Tarwater, L., and McKenzie, assignor.) 

Bank of the Manhattan Company. (See Brogden, Ernest 
M., assignor.) 

Bank, Sylvia. (See Bank, Albert M., assignor.) 

Banker, John R., assignor to Allen B. Du Mont Labora- 
tories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Electronic voltmeter and 
ohmmeter. 2,356,733 ; Aug. 29. 

Banker, John R., assignor to Allen B. Du Mont Labora- 
tories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Vacuum tube voltmeter 
circuit. 2,364,687 ; Dec. 12. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Transmission. 2,347,654 ; May 2. 

Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Change-speed gearing for 
aircraft propellers. 2,348,716 ; May 16. 

Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Quiet-ratcheting jaw clutch. 
2,348,717; May 16. 

Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Change-speed transmission. 
2,353,137 ; July 11. 

Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Roller cage. 2,356,298 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bankers Box Company. (See Fellowes, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

Banks, James H., Rahway, and H. R. Jurgens, Scotch 
Plains, assignors to Elevator Supplies Company, In- 
corporated, Rahway, N. J. Electric operaior for open- 
ing and closing doors. 2,363,929 ; Nov. 28. 

Bankson, Several B., San i'rancisco, Calif. Tie knot 
holaer. 2,348,049 ; May 2. 

Banner, Otto A., Highland Park, N. J. Hydraulic trans- 
mission. 2,350,865 ; June 6. 

Banneyer, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Conduit supporting de- 
vice. 2,361,732 ; Oct. 31. 

Banneyer, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Conduit supporting de- 
vice. 2 365.620 : Dec. 19. 

Banning, Hellmuth, Duren, Rhineland, Germany ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian. Purification of pulp. 
2,353,983 ; July 18. 

Banning, Helmuth, Duren, Germany ; vested in the Allen 
Property Custodian. Apparatus for the continuous 
purification of suspensions or sludges, especially of 
fibrous pulps of the paper industry. 2,356,497 ; Aug. 
22. 

Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa. assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company. Tube mill. 2,356,734 ; Aug. 29. 

Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa., assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company. Method and apparatus for 
manufacturing seamless pipes and tubes. 2,363,476 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bannister, Clyde E., Tulsa, Okla. Percussion type motor 

assembly. 2.345,024 ; Mar. 28. 
Bannon. John H. (See Gerlicher. R. A., and Bannon.) 
Bannon, John H., Union, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 

Development Company. Lubricants. 2.302,233 ; Nov. 7. 
Bannon, Lewis A., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Standard 

Oil Development Company. Polymerization. 2,357,926 ; 

Sept. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bannon, Lewis A., assignor to Standard Oil Development 
Company, liaton Rouse, La. Polymerization of hydro- 
carbons. 2.303,221 ; Nov. 21. 

Bannon, Thomas W. (See Nowak, A. K., and Bannon.) 

Bansclibach, Kclwartl A., Madison, Wis. Vehicle arrestor. 
2,356,5.'59 ; Aug. 22. 

Banton, Theodore II. (See Champlin, J. B. F., and 
Banton.) 

Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Automatic switching equipment. 
2,360,098; Oct. 10. 

Biiny, Herman. Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control equipment for prime 
mover electric generating plants. 2,303,850 ; Nov. 28. 

Banv. Herman, Lansdowne, I'a., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Regulating system. 2,364,936 ; Dec. 12. 

Barab, Jacob, assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Blasting cartridge. 2,357,068 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Barabas, Alex, Philadelphia, Pa. Indexing and layout jig. 
2.342,033 ; Feb. 15. 

Barackman, Eufus A., Chicago Heights, 111., assignor to 
Victor Chemical Works. Iron fortification of flour. 
2 357,009 ; Aug. 29. 

Barber, Almon C, Detroit, Mich. Bogie su.spension. 
2.342,110 ; Feb. 22. 

Barber Asphalt Corporation. (See ^Veimann, Alfred F., 
assignor.) 

Barber, Charles C, Eockville Centre, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Panel selector contact shoe. 2,347,727 ; May 2. 

Barber, Charles D. and P. R., Green Bay, Wis. Sugar re- 
fining process. 2,350,143 ; May 30. 

Barber Colman Company. (See Edgar, John, assignor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See (Lilja, E. D., assignor) 

Barher-Colman Company. (See Lil.ia, Edgar D., assignor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, Burt A., as 
signer.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Purvin, Benjamin R., as 
signer.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Purvin, Benjamin E. 
assignor.) 

Barber-Coleman Company. (See Ransome, Stafford M. 
assignor.) 

Barber, Fi'ank G., Luzerne, Pa. Condiment holder 
2.343,734 ; Mar. 7. 

Barber, Frederick, Chalfont, St. Giles, and A. R. Spidy, 
Heston, England, assignors to Specialties Development 
Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Locking valves and the 
like. 2,342,635 : Feb. 29. 

Barber-Greene Company. (See Barber, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Mixing plant. 2,344,228 ; Mar. 14. 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Tamper, screed, and deflector construction 
for road finishing machines. 2,351,592 ; June 20. 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora. 111. Screed construction for road finishing 
machines. 2,351.593 ; June 20. 

Barber, Harry J., Gidea Park, Romford, assignor to May 
& Baker Limited, Dagenham, Essex, England. Stilbene 
derivatives. 2,346,000 ; Apr. 4. 

Barber, Harry J., Gidea Park, Romford, assignor to May 
& Baker Limited, Dagenham, Essex, England. Prepara- 
tion of dicyanostilbenes. 2,353,434 ; July 11. 

Barber, Hervey H., St. Paul, Minn. Apparatus for con- 
trolling gaseous atmosphere. 2,353,538; July 11. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company. Westerly, R. I. Rotary print- 
ing press. 2,341,202 ; Feb. 8. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Ink fountain. 
2.351,315 ; June 13. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerley, R. I. Ink dis- 
tribution for rotary printing presses. 2,354,981 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Printing 
plate clamp. 2.355,134 : Aug. 8. 

Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Securing 
printing plates to their cylinders. 2,361,919 ; Nov. 7. 

Barber, Ira J., assignor to The Postoria Pressed Steel 
Corporation, Postoria, Ohio. Radiant heat treating 
and apparatus therefor. 2,354,658 ; Aug. 1. 

Barber, Paul R. (See Barger. Charles D. and P. R.) 

Barber, Robert E. (See Brittingham, James S., assignor.) 

Barbieri, Nicholas, Providence, R. I., assignor to Uncas 
Manufacturing Company. Letter assembly. 2,342,237 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Barbieri. Cesare. New York, N. Y.. assignor to Dixie Cup 
Company. Container. 2,347.236 ; Apr. 25. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to Dixie Cup 
Company. Paper cup. 2,357,161 ; Aug. 29. 

Barbour, Andy, et al. (See Gray, R. D., and Denison, 
assignors.) 

Barbour, Howard C, Elyria, and P. S. Miller, Amherst, 
assignors to The Cleveland Quarries Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Apparatus for dressing grindstones. 
2.355,844 ; Aug. 15. 

Barbour, Roswell P., assignor of one-half to C. Beckman, 
Jr., Lodi, Calif. Lug box. 2,357,162; Aug. 29. 



Barclay, Spencer H., North Arlington, N. J. Sound dis- 
tributor for sound reproducers. 2,359,348 ; Oct. 3. 

Barclays Bank Limited, executor. (See Little, Charles 
W. G.) 

Barclays Bank Limited, executor. (See Wood, John E.) 

IJard, Albert T., Chicago, 111., and A. J. Wenzel, Michigan 
City, Ind., assignors to Reliance Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Cigarette pocket. 2,358,137 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, V. W. Breitenstein, 
C. J. Olds, and L. A. Wray, Chicago, 111. ; said Breiten- 
stein, said Olds, and said \^"r<iy assignors to said Bard. 
Swivel joint. 2,343,491 ; Mar. 7. 

Bardega, Joseph, Detroit, Mich. Vernier height gauge. 
2,346,063; Apr. 4. 

Baraell, Nicholas J., Chicago Heights, assignor to Mid- 
West Forging & Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Making shot. 
2.356,960; Aug. 29. 

Bardon, Donis M., Seattle, Wash. Line reeling device. 

2.364.047 ; Dec. 5. 

Bardwell & McAlister, Inc. (See Rose, Jess C, as- 
signor.) 

Bardwell, Dwight C, Syracuse, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Solvay Process Company, New York, 
N. Y. Process for the production of salts. 2,344,929 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Barens, Ivor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Educational de- 
vice. 2,359,460 ; Oct. 3. 

Barfenyi, Bela. (See Wlltert, K., and Bar6nyi.) 

Bar(5nyi, Bela, Boblinger, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Diseugageable connection. 

2,340,503: Feb. 1. 

Bargeboer, Adolf, The Hague, Netherlands; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Preserving foodstuffs. 
2,350,498 : Aug. 22. 

Bargen, William J., Waukegan, 111. Typewriter desk. 
2,302,877 : Nov. 14. 

Barger, Winslow H., Seattle, Wash. Device for marking 
powder lines. 2,362,234 ; Nov. 7. 

BaritH, Herbert P., Hamden, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Washing machine. 2,341,894 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Barker, Clemon W., Wichita, Kans. Work-holding device 
having a ball and socket as a means for universal ad- 
justment. 2,354,937 ; Aug. 1. 

Barker, George E., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Elgin 
National Watch Company, Elgin, 111. Lubricant. 
2.355,616 ; Aug. 15. 

Barker, Gregson L., assignor to United Autographic Regis- 
ter Co., Chicago, 111. Continuotis-form stationery. 
2,352,757 ; July 4. 

Barker, Lee, Los Angeles, Calif. Envelope. 2,349,234; 
May 23. 

Barker, Luther V. (See Du Pont, P. G., and Barker.) 

Barker, Maurice E., Washington, D. C, P. E. Young, Fair- 
haven, Blass., and J. N. Bruce, Edgewood Arsenal, Md., 
assignors to The Secretary of War of the United States. 
Dust respirator. 2,344,669 ; Mar. 21. 

Barker, Paul P., Brighton, assignor to Gleason Works, 
Rochester, N. Y. Coolant circulating system. 2,364,418 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Barker, Richard, Sr. (See Drexler, Joseph L. and S. L., 
and Barker.) 

Barker, Seth S., Ottumwa, Iowa. Dewaxing poultry. 
2,358,043; Sept. 12. 

Barker, Stuart N., and 6. S. Selman, Hythe, assignors to 
Hubert Scott-Paine, Hythe, Southampton, England. 
Torpedo tube. 2,342,996: Feb. 29. 

Barker, W. Ira. (See Smith, Harvey J., assignor.) 

Barker, William M. (See Hailes, W. D., and Barker.) 

Barker, William T., Jr., West Hartford, assignor to Hart- 
ford-Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Apparatus for 
and feeding moUen glass. 2,340,729 ; Feb. 1. 

Barkey, Isaac S., Stouffville, Ontario, Canada. Stepladder. 

2.364.048 : Dec. 5. 

Barkley, Charles L., Pfafftown, N. C. Engine drive for 
vehicles. 2,354,734 ; Aug. 1. 

Barkley, Joseph A., Silvercroft, Del. Aerial mine. 
2,341,351 : Feb. 8. 

Barksdale, Lilburn S., Burbank, Calif., assignor to Adel 
Precision Products Corp. Shuttle valve. 2,360,839 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Barland, Lauri C, Leicester, Jlass., assignor to Parker 
Manufacturing Company. Handle for saws and the 
like. 2,361,256 ; Oct. 24. 

Barlett, Helen B., Flint, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Processing mica. 2,344,670 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Barley, Clarence J. (See Hoke. H. A., and Barley.) 

Barley, Leo D. (See Spiller, W. R., and Barley.) 

Barmack, Boris J., Chicago, III. Insulation for electrical 
conductors. 2,345,229 ; Mar. 28. 

Barnard, Henry H., Washington, D. C. Control panel and 
the like. 2,344,197 ; Mar. 14. 

Barnard, Henry H., Washington, D. C. Indicating de- 
vice. 2,344,198 ; Mar. 14. 

Barnard, Henry II., Washington, D. C. Mounting and 
adjusting device for recording instruments. 2,344,199 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Barnard, Henry H., Washington, D. C. Recording miT- 
chine. 2,344,200 ; Mar. 14. 

Barnard, Henry H., Washington, D. C. Proportional re- 
cording instrument. 2,358,308 ; Sept. 19. 



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Barnard, Kenneth H., Andover, assignor to Pacific Mills, 
Lawrence, Mass. Electrical insulation. 2,342,522 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Barnard, Kenneth H., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
Pacific Mills, Boston, Mass. Coated fabric insulation 
tape and process. 2,355,038 ; Aug. 1. 

Barnard, Robert D., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Eli 
Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Therapeuti- 
cally active ferrihemochromogens, and preparing them. 
2.364.018; Nov. 28. 

Barnes, I'.. I. (See Jones, Taze W., assignor.) 

Barnes, Carey O. (See Hazouri, J. S., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined base- 
board and conduit. 2,359,500 ; Oct. 3. 

Barnes, Charles H. (See Brown, H. A., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Charles H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc. Firearm. 2,341,2G0 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Barnes, Charles H., Glendale, assignor to Lane-Wells Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Adjustable anchor for pack- 
ers. 2.365,327 ; Dec. 19. 

Barnes Drill Co. (See Caldwell, Harry J., assignor.) 

Barnes Drill Co. (See Caldwell, H. J., and Seborg, as- 
signors.) 

Barnes Drill Co. (See Fairbairn, W. M., and Burdick, 
assignors.) 

Barnes, Elza C, Attica, Ind. Fence post. 2,364,419 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Barnes, James F., Chicago, 111., assignor to J. F. Barnes, 
trustee. Dispenser for marbles and the like. 2,365,511 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Barnes, James F., trustee. (See Barnes, James F., as- 
signor.) 

Barnes, James F., trustee. (See Bernhardt, E., and 
Reinecke, assignors.) 

Barnes, James F., trustee. (See Rebholz, Elmer F., as- 
signor.) 

Barnes, Jeffrey W. (See Pritchard, H. C, iind Barnes.) 

Barnes, Julius C, assignor to Columbus Iron Work Co., 
Columbus, Oa. Automatic wood - burning heater. 
2.3T)8,044; Sept. 12. 

Barnes, Julius C., assignor to Columbus Iron Works Co., 
Columbus, Ga. Automatic laundry heater. 2,359,962 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Barnes, Leslie W., Long Hill, assignor to The Baird Ma- 
chine Company, Stratford, Conn. Tumbling barrel. 
2,353,637; July 18. 

Barnes, Lewis C, assignor to The Howe Scale Company, 
Rutland, Vt. Recording weighing scale. 2,339,758 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Barnes, Malcolm H., C. J. Burch and W. G. Edwards, 
Kenmore, N. Y., assignors to The Linde Air Products 
Company. Blowpipe apparatus. 2,356,196 ; Aug. 22. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heater for fluids. 2,346,348 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,348,512 ; 
May 9. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heater for fluids. 2,348,513 ; 
May 9. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heater for fluids. 2,359,963 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Baines. Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,361,812; 
Oct. 31. 

Barnes, Norman F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Apparatus for indicating varia- 
tions in densities of transparent media. 2,362,235 ; 
Nov. 1. 

Barnes, Orland M., Horseheads, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Automatic 
drill press. 2,339,597 ; Jan. 18. 

Barnes, R. W., et al. (See Pulliam, James D., assignor.) 

Barnes, Rendell R., Fort Worth, Tex. Bottle rack. 
2,338,310 ; Jan. 4. 

Barnes, Richard H., Minneapolis, Minn. Apparatus for 
irradiating materials. 2,339,906 ; Jan. 25. 

Barnes. Robert B., and L. P. Moore, Stamford, Conn., 
assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Diammonium monoalkali ferricyanide. 2,350,443 ; 
June 6. 

Barnes, Robert B., and L. P. Moore, Stamford, Conn., as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Producing diammonium monoalkali metal fer- 
ricyanide. 2.362,183: Nor. 7. 

Barnes, Thomas D., West Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electrical measuring device. 
2,349,242 ; May 23. 

Barnes, Thomas D., West Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Companv, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Watthour meter. 2.363,284 ; Nov. 21. 

Barnes, Thomas D., West Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Meter register. 2,365,510 ; Dec. 19. 

Barnes, W. F. and John, Company. (See Desenberg, 
Josef, assignor.) 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and H. W. Keevll, High- 
land Park, 111. Flaw detecting apparatus. 2,356,967 ; 
Aug. 29. 

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Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and H. W. Keevll, High- 
land Park, 111. Rail flaw detecting unit. 2,356,968 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Barnett, Harold M., Long Beach, Calif. Concentrating 
carotene. 2,348,443 ; May 9. 

Barnett, John B., Washington, D. C. Salvaging appa- 
ratus. 2,359,964 ; Oct. 10. 

Barnett, Lee A., Los Angeles, Calif. Power generating 
device. 2,346,643 ; Apr. 18. 

Barnett, Louis, Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Urn Bag Co., Inc., Long Island City, 
N. Y. Manufacture of infusion packages with handles. 
2,348,201 ; May 9. 

Barnett, Louis, Brooklyn, N. 1'., assignor to National 
Urn Bag Company. Infusion package with handle. 
2,359,292 ; Oct. 3. 

Barnett, Louis, Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to National Urn Bag Co., Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 
Infusion package and the manufacture thereof. 
2,362,459 ; Nov. 14. 

Barnett, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to ftJKlIie Patent 
Holding Co., Inc. Infusion package and the manu- 
facture thereof. 2,362,460 ; Nov. 14. 

Barnett, Robert S. (See Kaufman, U., Uhrig, and Bar- 
nett.) 

Barney, Freeman. (See Lee, J. AV., and Barney.) 

Barney, Harold L., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Variable attenuation circuit. 2,342,238 ; Feb. 22. 

Barney, Harold L., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Noise reduction in signal transmission systems. 
2,358,045 ; Sept. 12. 

Barnhardt Brothers, et al. (See Adams, Arthur H., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Barnhart, Robert M., San Gabriel, J. C. Bennett, Pasa- 
dena, and P. M. Heinmiller, assignors to Utility Trailer 
Manufacturing Company, Los Angeles. Calif. Interlock 
for couplings and supports of trailers. 2,355,775 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Barnhart, Robert M., Alhambra, and J. S. Tormey, 
Temple City, assignors to Utility Trailer Manufactur- 
ing Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Power-operated 
automatic semitrailer. 2.363,851 ; Nov. 28. 

Barnhart, Walter J., Huntington Beach, Calif. Side 
sampler for deep wells. 2,353,435 ; July 11. 

Barnstyn, Jack, New York, N. Y. Spotting and signaling 
apparatus. 2,348,050; May 2. 

Barnum, Leon N. (See Shultz, F. A., Speckman, Woolley, 
Mahlmeister, and Barnum.) 

Baron, Arthur S., et al. (See Pollard, John H., assignor.) 

Barone, Anthony, New York, N. Y. Air-pervious clothing. 
2,353,984; July 18. 

Barr, Alan D., Tulsa, Okla. Towel. 2,352,067 ; June 20. 

Barr, Charles, Buffalo, and J. F. Strickler, Jr., Kenmore, 
N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Stewart- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Heater. 2,349,694 ; 

Barr, Charles R., Allison Park, Pa. Stoker feed mech- 
anism. 2,359,742 ; Oct. 10. 

Barr, Charles R., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for distrib- 
uting solid fuel and the like. 2,359,887 ; Oct. 10. 
May 23. 

Barr, Charles R., Pittsburgh, Pa. Stoker. 2,359,888 ; 
Oct. 10. 

I'arr, Courtland H., Glenolden, assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Preservation 
of biologically active and other substances. 2,340,102 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Barr, Courtland H., Glenolden, .assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Preservation 
of biologically active substances. 2,353,985 ; July 18. 

Barr, Courtland H., Glenolden, assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. I'reservation. 
2,353,986 ; July 18. 

Barr, Frank T., Summit, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Standard Catalytic Company. Cooling 
fluid catalysts. Re. 22,415 ; Jan. 4. 

Barr, James M., and R. C. Mercer, Los Angeles, Calif. ; 
said Barr assignor to said Mercer. Film patching jig. 
2,348,237 ; May 9. 

Barr, James R. (See Acly, H. M., and Barr.) 

Barr, James R., Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Distribution system and protective 
arrangement therefor. 2,343,132 ; Feb. 29. 

Barr, Peter J., Twickenham, England. Apparatus for 
treating solids in fluids. 2,351,091 ; .Tune 13. 

Ban; Roger S. (See Strunk, K. G., and Barr.) 

Barr and Stroud, Limited. (See French, James W., as- 
signor.) 

Barr & Stroud, Limited. (See Macgill, Charles D., as- 
signor.) 

Barr & Stroud, Limited. (See Strang, J. M., and Bell, 
assignors.) 

Barr, Walter A. (See Griffith, C. P., and Barr.) 

Barrans, William T., Towson, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Strand covering apparatus. 2,344,586 ; Mar. 21. 

Barreto, Ramon Gonzalez, Habana, Cuba. Clip to form 
the necktie knots. 2,349,842 ; May 30. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, assignor to The Barrett 
Bindery Co., Chicago, 111. Selector and display device. 
2,339,044; Jan. 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Lock. 2,357,305 ; 

Barrett Company, 
lathe. 2,357,803 ; 



Barrett, Arthur JI., Winnetka, assignor to Barrett- 
Cravens Company, Chicago, 111. Lift truck. 2,358,957 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Barrett Bindery Co., The. (See Barrett, Arthur M., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Bindery Co., The. (See Erickson, E. W., and 
Brauer, assignors.) 

Barrett, Charles G., Alexandria, Va. Razor blade sharp- 
ener. '.i.347,24() ; Apr. 25. 

Barrett-Cravens Company. (See Barrett, Arthur M., 
assignor.) 

Barnni, Edward R., assignor to Gar Wood Industries, 
Inc., Detroit, Jlich. Combination dump body and 
Icveler. 2,350,488 ; June 0. 

Barrett, Elliott P., and James R. West, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Adsorbent. 2,352,932 ; July 4. 

Barrett, George J., Houston, Tex. Milling tool. 2,353,284 ; 
July 11. 

Barrett, George J., and S. Robichaux ; R. Robishaw, exec- 
utrix of said S. Robichaux, dece^ised, assignoi'S to A-1 
Bit and Tool Company Ltd., Houston, Tex. Side track- 
ing apparatus. 2,302,529 ; Nov. 14. 

Barrett, Guy, Market Harborough, assignor to Wycliffe 
Foundry & Engineering Co. Limited, Lutterworth, 
England. Step-by-step controlling mechanism. 

2,357,163 ; Aug. 29. 

Barrett, Guy, Market Harborough, assignor to Wycliffe 
Foundry & Engineering Co. Limited, Lutterworth, Eng- 
land. Locking mechanism for control gears. 2,361,920 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Barrett, Harold G., assignor to Thermek Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Machine for raising spines. 2,354,298 ; 
July 25. 

Barrett, Harry A., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sept. 5. 

Barrett, Harry B., assignor to H. B. 
Ltd., St. Louis, Mo. Brake-drum 
Sept. 12. 

Barrett, H. B., Company, Ltd. (See Barrett, Harry B., 
assignor.) 

Barrett, Leon J. (See Peavey, Harold F., assignor.) 

Barrett, Wilmer D., Reading, assignor to Whiting Milk 
Company, Charlestown, Mass. Timing method and ap- 
paratus. 2,353,382 ; July 11. 

Barrmgton, James K. (See Green, W. H., and Barring- 
ton.) 

Barrington, Robert R. (See CorbiD, D. H., and Barring- 
ton.) 

Barron, Abraham, Yonkers, N.- Y. Collapsible merchan- 
dise display stand. 2,338,507 ; Jan. 4. 

Barron-Gray Packing Company. (See Erickson, Arvid 
M., assignor.) 

Barron, Joseph M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignee by mesne 
assignments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 2,338,794 ; Jan. 11. 

Barron, Joseph M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Cracking and coking hydrocarbon oils. 2,343,848 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Barron, Joseph M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Combination cata- 
lytic and thermal cracking. 2,349,603 ; May 23. 

Barron, Joseph M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Combination cat- 
alytic and thermal cracking. 2,350,744 ; Aug. 29. 

Barros, Leonor de Souza, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Match book. 
2,350,144 : May 30. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Antiskidding device. 
2,352,174; June 27. 

Barrows, Stephen S., Minneapolis, Minn. Blagnifying at- 
tachment for measuring instruments and the like, 
2,349,604; May 23. 

Barry Company. (See Barry, Robert K., assignor.) 

Barry, Cornelius J., assignor to Superior Plating Works, 
Chicago. 111. Coupling structure, 2.349.993 ; May 30. 

Barry, John P., Stratford, and C C. Avery, Fairfield, as- 
signors to Remington Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, 
Conn. Guard. 2,356,198 ; Aug. 22. 

Barry, Robert E. (See Talbot, Frank A., assignor.) 

Barry, Robert K., assignor to Barry Company, Muscatine, 
Iowa. Classifying machine. 2,343,042 ; Feb. 29. 

Barsalou, Hobert L., Dayton, Ohio. Gun sight. 2,347,655 ; 
jStay 2. 

Barss, Joseph B. (See Brummer, Olin, assignor.) 

Barsties, Wilhelm, IBerlin, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Fluid level gauge. 2,350,712 ; 
June 6. 

Barstow, George E,, Lakeville, Mass. Swaging machine. 
2,341,972 ; Feb. 15. 

Barstow, Ormond E., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Liquid level indicating system 
for use in treating wells, 2.347. 5S9 ; Apr. 25. 

Bartee, Ussury A., San Pablo, Calif. Flange bending 
apparatus. 2,348,185 ; May 9. 

Bartelink, Everliard H. B,, Niskayuna, N. Y., assignor to 
General pjlectric Company. Signal transmission sys- 
tem. 2,338,395 ; Jan. 4, 

Bartelink, Rvorhard H. B., West INIilton, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Multivibrator. 2,365,512 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bartell, Floyd E., Ann Arbor, Mich. Method of and 
apparatus for producing laminated glass. 2,355,696 ; 
Aug. 15. 



Bartelt, Fritz E. (See Kronenberger, A., and Bar.telt.) 
Barth, Elmer J. (See Peterson, C. D,, and Barth.) 
Barth, Jay E,, assignor to I'hilco Radio and Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable automobile 
antenna. 2,350,8GIJ ; June 6. 
Barth, Robert H., Rochelle Park, and H. Burrell, Clifton, 
N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Heyden 
Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Polyhydric 
alcohol esters. 2,350,745 ; Aug. 29. 
Barthalot, Leon G., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Safety 

razor, 2,363,040 ; Nov. 21. 
Barthel, William F. (See Haller, H. L. J., and Barthel.) 
Barthelemy, Ken6, Fontenay aux Hoses, France ; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Synchronizing appara- 
tus for cathode-ray oscillogriiphs. 2,355.135 ; Aug. 8. 
Barthelemy, Walter L,, Dayton, Ohio. Engine. 2,354,357 ; 
July 25. 

Bartholomaus, Erich. (See Latitenschliiger, C. L., Lind- 
ner, Mager, and Bartholomiius.) 

Bartholomew, Byron J., Burton, Ohio. Supporting struc- 
tural wallboard unit. 2,361,733; Oct. 31. 

Bartholomew, Howard W. (See Armitage, J. B., and 
Bartholomew.) 

Bartholy, Frederick E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Time delay circuit. 2.339.750: Jan. 25. 

Bartholy, Frederick E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Remote control, 2.363,286 ; Nov. 21. 

Bartle, Robert E., and F. Riley, Hull, England. Appli- 
ance for playing games or skill. 2,365,513 ; Dec. 19. 

Bartlett, Edward P., Wilmington, Del., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Formic acid esters. 
2,341,420; Feb. 8. 

Bartlett, Edwin S., and E. R. Eldridge, assignors to 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company, Chicago, 111. Power 
driven clutch and shifter assembly. 2,352,596 ; July 4. 

Bartlett, Frederick S., Bristol, K. 1., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Liquid ap- 
plicator. 2,353,987 ; July 18. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H. (See Lynch, C. S., and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Isomerization of paraflinic 
hydrocarbons. 2,338,568 ; Jan. 4. 

Bartlett, Reginald F., Weybridge, England. Means for 
raising or lifting sunken or partially sunken vessels. 
2,363,488 ; Nov. 28. 

Bartlow, Justin D., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to J. C. 
Owens. Carpet stretcher. 2,358,436 ; Sept. 19. 

Bartolett, William H., Haddon Heights, N, J,, assignor 
to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa, Reduction gear lubrication appa- 
ratus. 2,343,492 ; Mar, 7. 

Barton, Albert W. (See Ferguson, E. M., Barton, and 
McCrady.) 

Barton, Cyril H., and T. P. Hughes, London, England, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Lubricating oils. 2,365,856 ; Dec. 26. 

Barton, Frederic D., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Watercraft. 
2,365,446 ; Dec. 19. 

Barton. Giles E,, assignor to The Ryan Aeronautical Co,, 
San Diego, Calif. Ball and socket joint assembly. 
2,363,477 ; Nov. 28. 

Barton, John H. (bee Thomas, P. M., and Barton.) 

Barton, Loy E,, Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Signal indicator and recorder. 
2,355,502 ; Aug. 8. 

Barton, Paul D. (See Dougherty, P. F., and Barton.) 

Barton, Rice, Corporation. (See Smith, Herman A., as- 
signor. ) 

Barton, Rice, Corporation. (See Stafford, S. B., and 
Smith, assignors.) 

Barton, William A. (See Lane, H., and Barton.) 

Bartsch, Albert, Chicago, 111. Baby hot plate. 2,353,383 ; 
July 11. 

Barwell, Allen C, Kennett Square. Pa., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, ^^'ilmington, Del. Stabilized 
bituminous emulsion. 2,340,449 : Feb. 1. 

Bascom, Henry M., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telegraph sys- 
tem. 2.353.004 ; July 4. 

Sascom, Henry M., New York, N, Y,, and P, A. Hubbard, 
Maplewood. N, J,, assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Telephone sig- 
naling system. 2.364,771 ; Dec. 12. 

Bascom, Henry M., and W, A. Rhodes, assignors to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Ticket cutter. 2,341.011; Feb. 8. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Car truck. 2,348,444 ; May 9. 

Baselt, Walter H,, assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2.354.972 ; Aug. 1. 

Baselt, Walter H,, assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,354,973 ; Aug. 1. 

Bash, John BI. (See Phillips, W. D., and Van Foseen, 
assignors.) 

Bashara, Laurence A., Portage Township, St. Joseph 
County, Ind. Burr cutting tool. 2.359,607 ; Oct. 3. 

Bashark, Nicholas, Dayton, assignor to The Weatherhead 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Universal pipe fitting. 
2.343,235 ; Feb. 29. 

Bashore, Quinter E., Covina, Calif. Tapering ends Ot 
tubular objects, 2,348,186 ; May 9, 



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43 



Basic Magnesium, Incorporated. (See Weinig, Arthur 
J., assignor.) 

Basic Ket'iactories, Incorporated. (See Hearing, Eussell 
Jrl., assijiuor.) 

Basic Refractories, Inc. (See Sclioenlaub, Robert A., 
assignor.) 

Basile, Salvatore, Bloomfield, Conn. System and means 
for transporting ships. 2,357,494 ; Sept. 5. 

Baslcervuie, Kalpn J., Merwoocl i^arK, l^a., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric circuit breaker. 
2,347,984 ; May 2. 

Baskin, Charles M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor 
to Standard Oil Development Company. Bituminous 
waterproofing material. 2,343,735 ; Mar. 7. 

Easier, Herm:inn, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Distributing device. 
2,351.905 : June 20. 

Bas()uin, Olin H.. Evanston, assignor to Streeter-Amet 
Company. Chicago, 111. Testing apparatus. 2,303,930 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bass. Glenn W., et al. (See McDonald, Wayne E., as- 
signor.) 

Bassett, Rex E., Jr., South Bend, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Machine and Metals, Inc., 
East Molina, 111. Laundry machine. 2,352,362 ; June 
27. 

Bassett, Rex E., Jr., Miami Beach, Fla., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to American Machine and Metals, 
Inc., East Moline, 111. Laundry machine. 2,352,363 ; 
June 27. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Liquid meter. 
2,342,997 : Feb. 29. 

Bassett, Robert S.. assignor to Sylvia Bassett, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Liquid meter. 2.338,396: Jan. 4. 

Bassett, Sylvia. (See Bassett, Robert S., assignor.) 

Bassett, Wm., et al., trustees. (See Ross, Talbert C, 
assignor.) 

Bassford, Henry H., Jr., Brooklyn, assignor to U. S. 
Shellac Importers Association, Inc., New York, N. Y, 
Shellac naphthenate operative as Dlasticizers in var- 
nishes, paints, and lacquers. 2,338,892 ; Jan. 11. 

Bassick Company, The. (See Herold, Walter F., as- 
signor.) 

Bassinger, Ross, Houston, Tex. Releasable setting tool 
and by-pass. 2,344,121 ; Mar. 14. 

Bassinger, Ross, Houston, Tex. Density determining de- 
vice. 2,346,721 ; Apr. 18. 

Bassinger. Ross, Houston, Tex. Well plug. 2,355,199 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Bassist, Ellis. (See Toland, W. C, and Bassist.) 

Bassist, Ellis, assignor to W. C. Toland, as trustee. Brook- 
line, Mass. Preparing printing plates. 2,344,487 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Bassist. Ellis, assignor to W. C. Toland. Brookline, Mass. 
Continuous-tone printing plates. 2.345.447 : Mar. 28. 

Bassist, Rudolph, assignor of forty-five per cent to him- 
self, ten per cent to H. H. Stern, twenty-two one- 
half per cent to E. Abrams and twenty-two one-half 
per cent to E. April, New York, N. Y. Warp knit- 
ting mnohine. 2,361.526: Oct. 31. 

Bassler, Edward F., Lake Stevens, Wash. Molded shin- 
gle. 2.362.236 : Nov. 7. 

Basso, Lawrence, et al. (See Bacigalupi, Peter, assignor.) 

Bast Fiber Development Corporation. (See Patterson, 
David E., assignor.) 

Baster, Joseph D., Shaker Heights. Ohio, assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company. Electroplating 
method. 2.346,349 ; Apr. 11. 

Bastian Blessing Co., The. (See Buttner, William C, 
assignor.) 

Bastian-Blesslng Company, The. (See Mills, E. L., and 
Sundstrom, assignors. ) 

Bastian Blessing Co., The. (See Norway, Harold L., 
assignor.) 

Bastian-BIessing Company, The. (See Sundstrom, Bavin 
L.. assignor.) 

Bastian Brothers Company. (See Mitchel, Charles P., as- 
signor.) 

Bastian. Catherine M., et al. (See McNaught, Robert P., 
assignor.) 

Bastian, Glenn G., Elslnore, Calif. Ventilator. 2,356,735 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Baston, Cyril E., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & JIanufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh. 
Pa. Locomotive control system. 2,361,168; Oct. 24. 

Batchelder, George W., Gibbstown, and R. F. Peterson, 
Woodbury, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Recovery of 
glycerin. 2.363.494 : Nov. 28. 

Batchelder, James \V., Titusville, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assigniTients. to The Fred Goat Co., Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Cutting blade and cutting therewith. 2,349,336 ; 
May 23. 

Batchelier, Hugh W., Newton, assignor to Standard Mfg. 
Co., Worcester, Mass. Electric switch for doorjambs. 
2,338,481 : Jan. 4. 

Batchelier, Hugh W., Newton, assignor to Standard Mfg. 
Co., Worcester, Mass. Rheostat switch. 2,358,617 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Batchelor. Frederick K., and S. E. Becker, Huntington 
Park. Calif. Muffler. 2,348,706 ; May 16. 

Batchelor, Robert L.. Mamaroneck, N. Y. Container 
covers. 2,362,740; Nov. 14. 



Bate, Edward G., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Animal 
pen. 2,346,001 ; Apr. 4, 

Bate. George A., Ridgefield Park, N. J., assignor to The 
Lummus Company, New York, N. Y. Micrometer con- 
trol. 2.342,830 ; Feb, 29. 

Batelan, George G., Comorn, Va. Sand drier. 2,339,370 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Bateman, Alva W., Newburgh, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Treating fabric and product produced thereby.' 
2,3.'il.l82 : June 13. 

Bateman, Ellen M,, deceased. (See Bateman, Frederic H., 
assignor.) 

Bateman, Fred H., et al., trustees. (See Bateman, Fred- 
eric H., assignor.) 

Bateman, Frederic H., Washington Township, Gloucester 
Count.v. assignor to F. H. Bateman, Grenloch, N. J., 
and Camden Trust Company, trustees under the will of 
E, M. Bateman, deceased. Potato planter. 2,341,352 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bateman, Paul, San Diego, Calif. Filter. 2,354,645 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Bates, Albert H., Rockford, 111. Sheet metal reel and 
making same. 2,339,245 ; Jan. 18. 

Bates, Alfred O., Cleveland Heighrs. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Parker Appliance Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Cutting tool and manufacture thereof. 
2.350.667 ; June 6. 

Bates, C. J., & Son. (See Silliman, Louis A., assignor.) 

Bates. Carl S. (See Stone. S, M., and Bates, assignors.) 

Bates, Charles J., Englewood, N. J., assignor to Diebold, 
Incorporated. Valve door construction. 2,354,358 : 
July 25. 

Bates, Charles J., Englewood, N. J., assignor to Diebold, 
Incorporated. File folder and index tab construction. 
2,357,070 ; Aug. 29. 

Bates, Harold. (See Dreyfus, H., Moncrieff, and Bates.) 

Bates. John R.. Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Catalysis. 
2.349,243 ; May 23. 

Bates, John R., and R. W. Harkness, Swarthmore, Pa., 
assignors to Houdry Process Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Production of low boiling hydrocarbons. 
2.339.246: Jan. 18. 

Bates, Lawrence G., Shaker Heights, assignor to Conti- 
nental Say-When Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid 
dispenser. 2,348,514 ; May 9. 

Bates Manufacturing Company, The. (See Faas, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Bates, Mortimer F., assignor to Sperry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Directional gyroscope. 
2.363,495 ; Nov. 28. 

Bates, Sam J., East Point, Ga. Black-out device. 
2,352,609 ; July 4. 

Balesole. Dwiglit E., Glenbrook, and G. H. Kendall, 
Noroton Heights, assignors to Norma-HolTmann Bear- 
ings Corporation. Stamford, Conn. Seal for antifric- 
tion bearings. 2,.3.53.98S : July 18. 

Bath, Cyril J., Hudson, Ohio. Control mechanism for 
press brakes or similar machines. 2.362.343 : Nov. 7. 

Batkin, Herbert William, near Whitchurch, assignor to 
Salopian Engineers, Limited, Whitchurch, England. 
Coupling means for connecting horsedrawn vehicles to 
tractors. 2,352,511 ; June 27. 

Bfitori, Oscar E., Boston, Mass. Slide rule. 2,358,309 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Faust, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Pray, Henry A. H., 
assignor.) 

Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Shutt, R. S., and Wait- 
kins, assignors.) 

Batten, Percy H., et al. (See Lysholm, Alf., assignor.) 

Batten, Percy H., trustee, et al. (See Lysholm, Alf., 
assignor.) 

Battermann, Ludwig A., Rocky Point, N. Y., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Connection plug. 
2.356.199 : Aug. 22. 

Batterson, Ernest W., assignor to Shakespeare Products 
Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Control assembly. 
2.361,809 : Oct. 31. 

Battery Company. (See de la Torre, Miguel, assignor.) 

Battey, Ale.xander J. (See Gretzinger, J. R., Battey, 
and Rabezzana.) 

Battin, Harold T., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Continuous 
vulcanizing apparatus. 2,339,611 ; Jan. 18. 

Battle, Jack L. (See Jessen, F. W., and Battle.) 

Battley, Joseph F., U. S. Army, D. O. Burger, Burbank, 
Calif., and R. Monro, Mountain, Md., assignors to the 
Secretary of War of the United States of America, as 
trustee. Fully molded gas mask facepiece. 2,359,506; 
Oct. 3. 

Baty, James E., Sidcup, England. Optical apparatus for 
measuring, gauging, and the like. 2,358,296 ; Sept. 19. 

Bauder, Raymond E., Chicago, 111. Card index. 2,341,522 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Bauder, Raymond E., Chicago, 111. Bank account ex- 
pediter. 2.352,175; June 27. 

Bauder, Raymond E., Chicago, 111. Card index. 
2.360,840; Oct. 24. 

Baudry, Ren6 A., Wilkinsburg, assignor to V/estinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
AVater cooler. 2,365,515 ; Dec. 19. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Bauer, Andrew, J. (See Wbewell, R., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Arthur G., Hempstead, assignor to South Shore 
Machine cS: Tool Worlts, Inc., Seaford, N. Y. Burring 
tool. 2,351,578 ; June 20. 

Bauer, Benjamin B., Chicago, 111., assignor to S. N. 
Shure and Frances Shure, trustee, doing business as 
Shure Brothers. Electromagnetic translating device. 
2,356,810; Aug. 29. 

Bauer Brothers Company, The. (See Mechlin, William 
H., assignor.) 

Bauer Brothers Company, The. (See Bench, G. L., and 
Ginaven, assignors.) 

Bauer, Eddie, Seattle, Wash. Sleeping bag. 2,338,226; 
Jan. 4. 

Bauer, Edward G., Hoopeston, 111., assignor to Pood Ma- 
chinery Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Filing machine. 
2,340,637 ; Feb. 1. 

Bauer, Hans F., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Coating composition. 2,341,523 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Bauer, Hans F., Chicago, J. V. Bauer, Elmwood Park, and 
D. M. Hawley, Geneva, assignors to Stein, Hall Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Bonding. 2,346,644 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Bauer, Jordan V. (See Bauer, Hans F. and J. V., and 
Hawley. ) 

Bauer, Jordan V., Chicago, and D. M. Hawley, Geneva, 
assignors to Stein, Hall Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111. Treatment of cellulosic sheet materials. 
2,350,336 ; June 6. 

Bauer, Karl. (See Wiinsch, G., Kronenberger, and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Len W., Paterson, N. J., assignor to General Box 
Company, Chicago, 111. Lock end wire-bound shipping 
container. 2,351,092 ; June 13. 

Bauer, Walter, Darmstadt, and F. Gotz, Darmstadt-Eber- 
stadt, Germany ; vested in the Alien Property Custo- 
dian. Higher, molecular substance from allyl chloride 
and its homologues. 2,338,893; Jan. 11. 

Bauer, Walter, and C. T. Kautter, Darmstadt, Germany, 
assignors to Rohn & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Vinyl esters of unsaturated acids. 2,363,286 ; Nov. 21. 

Baugh, Everett L. (See Rasmussen, O., and Baugh.) 

Baughman, George W. (See Zane, W. F., and Baughman.) 

Baughman George W., assignor to The Union Switch & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Train detecting and 
reporting apparatus. 2,342,315 ; Feb. 22. 

Baughman, George W., assignor to The Union Switch & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic con- 
trolling apparatus. 2,360,034 ; Oct. 10. 

Baughman, George W., Swissvale, and N. F. Agnew, Penn 
Township, Allegheny County, assignors to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Remote con- 
trol system. 2,341,261 ; Feb. 8. 

Baughman, George W., Swissvale, and N. F. Agnew, Penn 
Township, Allegheny County, assignors to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Remote 
control system. 2,350,668 ; June 6. 

Bauknecht, Harry F., Ridgewood, N. J. Aircraft inclina- 
tion indicator. 2,352,758 ; July 4. 

Baum, Albert. (See Marcus, W., and Baum.) 

Baum, Arthur F., and A. H. Anderson, assignors to Henry 
Weis Manufacturing Company, Inc., Elkhart, Ind. 
Hinge construction for swinging doors. 2,351,800 ; 
June 20. 

Baum, Cleophas P., Westgate, Md. Airplane lift dolly. 
2,362,981 ; Nov. 21. 

Baum, Jasper, Bronx, assignor to Sonotone Corporation, 
Elmsford, N. Y. Electrical battery. 2,352,759 ; July 4. 

Bauman, George C, and J. E. Bolen, Morris, and E. H. 
Thompson, Winnetka, assignors to Automatic Canteen 
Company of America, Chicago, 111. Vending machine. 
2,365,165 ; Dec. 19. 

Bauman, Harold A. (See Xenis, C. P., Parsons, Perine, 
King, and Bauman.) 

Baumann, Arnold W., Chicago, 111. Evaporator. 
2,359,078 : Sept. 26. 

Baumann, George F., West Allis, assignor to Pabst Brew- 
ing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Bottle transfer for 
pasteurizers. 2,351,801 ; June 20. 

Baumann, Henry N., Jr., and R. C. Benner, assignors 
to The Carborundum Compiiny, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Aluminous material. 2,360,841 ; Oct. 24. 

Baumann, Lewis A., Chevy Chase, Md., assignor, by mesne, 
assignments, to A. I!., F. L., and B. J. Sanna, a co- 
partnership doing business as Sanna Dairy Engineers, 
Madison, Wis. Milk products and making the same. 
2,360,033; Oct. 10. 

Baumann, Walter. (See Martin, H., Baumann, Zaeslin, 
and Gysin.) 

Baunif", Edwall J., Long Beach, Calif. Threaded coupling. 
2,339,135: Jan. 11. 

Baume, Edwall J., Long Beach, Calif. Knob controlled 
night latch. 2,361,734 ; Oct. 31. 

Baumer, Henry A. (See Williams, H. A., and Baumer.) 

Baumfalk, John, Clifton, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y'. 
Telephone s.vstem. 2.338,752; Jan. 11. 

Baumfalk, John, Clifton, N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Com- 
munication system. 2,339,669 ; Jan. 18. 

Baumgard, William II., assignor to Arrow Products Com- 
pany, Carlstadt, N. J. Clamping device. 2,356,440 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Baumgart, August W. (See Beck, Ernest E., assignor.) 



Baumgart, Lester V. (See Peterson, E. C, and Baum- 
gart.) 

Baumgartner, John G., Aurora, 111. Brush. 2,348,515 ; 
May 9. 

Baumgartner, Wilhelm, Brunswick, Germany ; vested in 
tlie Alien Property Custodian. Roll film camera. 
2,356,560 ; Aug. 22. 

Baumhoier, Erich, Oschatz-Zschollau, Germany ; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Submarine paint. 
2,344,018 ; Mar. 14. 

Baur, Hugo J., and T. E. Kulo, assignors by mesne as- 
signments, to City National Bank and Trust Company 
of Chicago, trustee, Chicago, 111. Check display mech- 
anism. 2,361,303 ; Oct. 31. 

Baur, Hugo J., and T. E. Kulo, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to City National Bank and Trust Company 
of Ciiicago, Chicago, 111., as trustee. Signaling and 
indicating system. 2,364,937 ; Dec. 12. 

Baur, Raymond H., Miami Beach, Fla. Self-adjustable 
mandrel or implement holder. 2,3o9,608 ; Oct. 3. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Benford, James 
R., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Boughton, O. W., 
and Kurtz, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Eckert, Clarence 
J., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Flint, Edward 
F,, assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Flint, E. F., and 
Kurtz, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, George 
B., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gibson, Henry 
L., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Harvey. J. E., 
and Perkins, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Holman, Arthur 
J., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Hutchings, 
Charles F.. assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Jobe, F. W., and 
Trost, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Jones, Frank L., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Morris, Edward 
j\I., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Perkins, Willard 
T., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Street, Donald 
T., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Turner, Arthur 
F., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Wittig, Carl H. 
O., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Wolfe, Bernard 
J., assignor.) 

Bausch, William, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Optical instrument sup- 
port. 2,357,377 : Sept. 5. 

Bausch, William, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Optical instrument. 
2,359,609 ; Oct. 3. 

Bauseher, William E., Towson, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Arti- 
cle handling device. 2,342,111 ; Feb. 22. 

Bausher, Jeremiah Lee. (See Saussaman, W. A., and 
Bausher.) 

Bawden Brothers, Inc. (See Bawden, Harry E., as- 
signor.) 

Bawden, Harry E., Bettendorf, assignor, to Bawden 
Brothers, Inc., Davenport, Iowa. Adjustable picture 
hanger. 2,357,071 ; Aug. 29. 

Baxter, Arthur E. (See Gueterbock, P. G. S., and Baxter.) 

Baxter, Clara, et al. (See Baxter, George, assignor.) 

Baxter, George, assignor of five per cent to C. Hauser, 
five per cent to H. F. Murphy, five per cent to J. E. 
Ilargett, five per cent to R. Carpenter, five per cent to 
G. J. Goodsheller, five per cent to E. Hauser, five per 
cent to H. M. Hauser, five per cent to B. Haunaford, five 
per cent to C. Baxter, Marion, and five per cent to W. L. 
Riddle, Herington, Kans. Bomb carrier and control 
for the bombs. 2,342,523 ; Feb. 22. 

Bnxter, James G., Rochester, assignor to Distillation 
Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Production of tocoph- 
erol or vitamin E. 2,349,271 ; May 23. 

Baxter, James G., and C. D. Robeson, assignors to Dis- 
tillation Products, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. I'roparing 
tocopheiols and new tocopherol derivatives. 2,349,273 ; 
May 23. 

Baxter, James G., and J. D. Taylor, assignors to Distilla- 
tion Products, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Separation and 
purification of the tocoplierols. 2,350,713 ; June 6. 

Baxter, James G., and K. W. Lehman, assignors to Dis- 
tillation I'roducts, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Preparation 
of purified tocopherol succinate. 2,358,046 ; Sept. 12. 

Baxter Laboratories, Inc. (See Nawoj, E. J., and Storner, 
assignors.) 

Baxter, Warren P. (See Cary, 11. H., and Baxter.) 

Baxter, William R., Garfield Heights, assignor to The 
Empire Plow Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Agricultural 
soil worldng tool. 2,351,388 ; June 13. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bay State Optical Company. (See Nerney, George E., 
assignor.) 

Bay, Thomas J., U. S. Navy. Internal-combustion engine 
cooling system. 2.365,166 ; Dec. 19. 

Bay West Paper Company. (See Vauglian, F. P., Krueger, 
Slve, and Engel, assignors.) 

Bav, Zoltan, Ujpest, and G. Szigeti, Budapest, Hungary, 
assignors to General Electric Company. Electric light- 
ing equipment. 2,344.122 : Jlar. 14. 

Bnyer, Anton. fSee Waldschmidt. E.. and Bayer.) 

Bayer, August H., North College Hill, assignor to Little- 
ford Brothers, Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio . Road 
roller. 2,348,445 ; May 9. 

Bayer, Charles H.. Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,345,374 ; Mar. 
28. 

Bayer, Charles H., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to Genera! 
Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,363,287 ; Nov. 
21. 

Bavcr, Leonard D., and B. T. Shaw, as.signors to The 
Ohio State University Research Foundation. Columbus, 
Ohio. Measuring moi.<!ture. 2,343,520 ; Mar. 7. 

Bayer, Leonard D„ Raleigh, N. C, and B. T. Shaw, as- 
signors to The Ohio State University Re.search Founda- 
tion, Columbus. Ohio. Apparatus for measuring 
moisture. 2,362.344: Nov. 7. 

Bayer, Otto. (See Nelles, J., Bayer, Tischbem, and 
Baehren.) 

Bavors. George W., Denver, Colo. Sanitary douche. 
2.361 .'.lOS : Nov. 7. 

Bayes, Alrred L., Kenmore, N. T., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Lubricant. 
2,351.657 ; June 20. 

Bayes, Alfred L., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Oil additive. 
2,364,122 ; Dec. 5. 

Baves. Lucille, Basidng Ridge, N. J., assignor to Aywon 
Dress Co. Inc.. Now York. N. Y. Padded garment con- 
struction. 2.345.527 : Jlar. 28. 

Ba.vhi, Marcol J., Texarkana, Ark., and A. E. Lilja, Tex- 
firkana, Tex., assignors to The B. F. Goodrich Com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for handling shells 
and similar objects. 2,365.930 ; Dec. 26. 

Bavles, .Tohn W., Roker, Sunderland, assignor to A. 
Revrolle & Company Limited, Hebburn-on-Tyne, Eng- 
land. Resistance welding machine. 2,346,645; Apr. 
18. 

Baymiller, John W. (See Knobel, M., Dickson, and Bay- 
miller.) 

Bayne, Charles D., deceased, by E. T. Bayne, executrix. 
Baytown, Tex., assignor to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Oil cracking in soakers. 2,341.353: Feb. 8. 

Bayne, Emma T., executrix. (See Bayne, Charles D.) 

Bnvnes. IjprIip E. (See Mnclaren. O. F.. and Baynes.) 

Bays, George S., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Viscosimeter. 2.354,299 ; July 25. 

Bayston, Elsie B., et al. (See Bayston, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Bayston, John R., assignor to himself, W. F. Ross, and 
E. B. Bayston, Chicago, 111. Speedometer alarm. 
2.359,191 : Sept. 26. 

Bazhaw, Willis O., and J. O. Parr, Jr., assignors to O. 
S. Petty, San Antonio, Tex. Seismic surveying. 
2.354,659 : Aug. 1. 

Bazley, Carl E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2, .348, 51 6 : May 9. 

Bazley, Carl E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Operating mechanism. 2,361,810 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Bazner, Eugene, Providence, R. I. Ornament. 2,350,714 ; 
June 6. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Fleminsrton, N. J. Sole 
positioning device. 2.344.531 ; Mar. 21. 

Bazzoni. Lewis J., Swampscott, M.iss.. assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Ma- 
chine for shaping shoe uppers. 2.365,242 ; Dec. 19. 

Beach, Clarence E., Bingliamton, N. Y. Signaling sys- 
tem. 2.338,706 ; Jan. 11. 

Bench. Clarence E., Binghamton, N. Y. Signaling system. 
2..344.5n0: Mar. 21. 

Beach, Edward J.. Brooklyn. N. T. Oil, moisture, and 
gas separator. 2.3.53,138; .Tuly 11. 

Beach. Frederick H., Denville, N. J. Pin spreader. 
2.350,998: .Tune 13. 

Beach. Frederick H.. Denville, N. J. Electromagnetic 
check gauge. 2,358,782 ; Sept. 26. 

Beach, Justice H., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,340,408; 
Feb. 1. 

Beach, Lennox F., Port Washington, assignor to Sperry 
Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shaft 
mounting. 2.353.1.39 ; July 11. 

Beach. Lennox F.. Merrick, 0. E. Esval, Huntington, and 
A. W. Lane, Freeport, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Directional gyroscope. 
2.360,191 ; Oct. 10. 

Be.ich. Ralph H., Rockdale, Md. Hedge cutter. 2,362,461; 
Nov. 14. 

Beach. Stewart H., Iroquois, Ontario, Canada. Article 
grading device. 2,353,539; July 11. 

Beachley, Donovan R., assignor to Beachley-Reichard 
Furniture Co., Inc., Hagerstown, Md. Upholstered 
chair. 2,358,437; Sept. 19. 



Beachley, Donovan R., assignor to Beachley-Reichard 

Furniture Co., Inc., Hagerstown, Md. Upholstered 

chair. 2,358,438 ; Sept. 19. 
Beachley-Reichard Furniture Co. (See Beachley, Donovan 

R., assignor.) 
Beacon Industrial Corporation. (See Tarnuzzer, Edmund 

C, assignor.) 
Bead Chain Manufacturing Company, The. (See Kosha, 

Andrew J., assignor.) 
Beakes, Howard S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 

Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Control ap- 
paratus. 2,342,034 ; Feb. 15. 
Bcal, Carl L., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to American Anode 

Inc., Akron, Ohio. Making rubber articles. 2,340,243 ; 

Jan. 25. 
Beal, Carl L., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to American An- 
ode Inc., Akron, Ohio. Deposition form and making the 

same. 2,344,960 ; Mar. 28. 
Beal, Fay, assignor to H. A. Douglas Mfg. Co., Bronson, 

Mich. Electrical connection means. 2,361,448 ; Oct. 

31. 
Beal, James F., assignor to The Bryant Electric Company, 

Bridgeport, Conn. Electric lamp socket. 2,339,751 ; 

Jan. 25. 
P.eall, Benjamin S. (See Boisseau, A. C, and Beall.) 
Beall, Frank H., Detroit, Micu. Two-way overrunning 

chitch. 2,364,019 ; Nov. 28. 
Beals, Gillson W., assignor to The Miller Company, Merl- 

den. Conn. Lighting fixture shade and holder. 

2,354,242 ; July 25. 
Beam, Vilynn O. (See Higley, F. R., and Beam.) 
Beaman, Bernard. (See llulman, J., and Beaman.) 
Beaman, Townsend F., trustee. (See Stanley, R. J., and 

Martersteck. assignors.) 
Bean, Frank R., assignor to P. A. Smith Manufacturing 

Company, Rochester, N. Y. Thermostatic switch de- 
vice. 2,360,842 ; Oct. 24. 
Bean. Frederic R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Process for producing N-substituted 

aminophenols. 2,338,482 ; Jan. 4. 
Bean, Morris, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Jlolding pattern. 

2,349,806 ; May 30. 
Bean, Ruric N., J. S. Abercrombie, and H. Allen, Houston, 

Tex., assignors to Cameron Iron Works. Sealing and 

testing well head connections. 2,350.867 ; June 6. 
Beane. Carson H., assignor to R. M. Green & Sons, Inc., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Evaporator. 2.349.695 : May 23. 
Bear Manufacturing Company. (See Olson, Hennning E., 

assignor.) 
Beard, Charles L., Lancaster, Pa. Punch and die. 

2.348.875 ; May 16. 

Beard, Charles L., Lancaster, Pa. Metal cutter. 

2.348.876 ; May 16. 

Beard, Charles L., Lancaster, Pa. Rivet cutter. 

2.348.877 ; May 16. 

Beard, Charles L., Lancaster, Pa. Joggling tool. 

2,363,931 ; Nov. 28. 
Beard, Charlesi L.. Lancaster, Pa. Angle shrinker. 

2,364,938 ; Dec. 12. 
Beard, Leslie C, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y., and R. Bulkley, 

Haddon Heights, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum 

Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Nonrust- 

ing turbine oil. 2,342,636 ; Feb. 29. 
Beard, Lois F., St. Petersburg, Fla. Hull. 2,354,569 ; 

July 25. 
Beard, Louis A., Silsbee, Tex. Nonskid two-piece metal 

jacket. 2,343,251 ; Mar. 7. 
Beardslee, Arthur C, Arcade, assignor to The Borden 

Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for distributing 

solid material. 2,357,868; Sept. 12. 
Beardsley, Elmer O. (See Clay, M. G., and BeaMsley.) 
Beardsley, Harry I., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Telephone housing detail. 2,348,592 ; May 9. 
Beardsley, Kenneth D. (See Stewart, H. C, and Beards- 
ley.) 
Beardsley. Oscar F., Endicott, N. Y. Alarm clock. 

2,350,578 ; June 6. 
Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Clay, Murray G., 

assignor. ) 
Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Clay, M. G., and 

Beardsley, assignors.) 
Beare, Leonard E., Lansing, 111., assignor to Sinclair 

Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil 

composition. 2,350,489 ; June 6. 
Beasley, Harold H., Ashton Gate, Bristol, England. Con- 
tainer for liquids and granular substances. 2,338,397 ; 

Jan. 4. 
Beaton, Joseph R., assignor of one-half to M. MacDonald, 

Dearborn, Mich. Arm supporting harness. 2,358,551 : 

Sept. 19. 
Beatty Bros. Limited. (See Beatty, William G., as- 
signor.) 

Beatty, Elmer W., assignor of one-half to- I. W. Millard 

Danville. 111. Finger guard. 2,351.906; June 20. 
Beatty, Joseph H., Anaheim, Calif. Raw-state preserving 

process and composition. 2,364,614 ; Dec. 12 
Beatty, Julian L. (See Colt, E. W., Lane, and Beatty.) 
Beatty, William E. (See Schroeder, Oscar W., assignor ) 
Beatty, William E., Hollywood, Calif. Abrasive. 

2,340,504 ; Feb. 1. 
Beatty, William G., assignor to Beatty Bros. Limited, 
Fergus, Ontario, Canada. Wringer drive control mech- 
anism. 2,346,893 ; Apr. 18. 



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liNDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Beaucage, Joseph H. D., Pittsfield, Mass. Geometrical 

instrument. 2,353,989 ; July 18. 
Beaucliaiup, Wiltred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car 
door mechanism. 2,343,361 ; Mar. 7. 
Beaudet, George J., Jlilwaukee, Wis., assignor of one-halt 
to jM. B. Stein, Chicago, 111. Grinding wheel tool. 
2.344.385 ; Mar. 14. 
Beaudine, Moses I., Abercrombie, N. Dak. Grain car 

door. 2,349,934 ; May 30. 
Beaulieu, Kzra J., Downers Grove, and L. E. Bennett, 
Hinsdale, lU., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Conveyer system. 
2,340,285 ; Apr. 11. 
Beaulieu, Ezra J., Downers Grove, L. E. Bennett, Hins- 
dale, and P. S. McCann, La Grange, 111., assignors to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. V. Conveyer system. 2,353,038: July 18. 
Beaulieu, Ezra J., Downers Grove, and M. J. Christian- 
sen Chicago, 111., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated. Article handling apparatus. 
2,362,043 ; Nov. 7. 
Beaumont, Glenn A., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to The 
Hanna Furnace Corporation. Pig iron and making 
same. 2,363,496 ; Nov. 28. 
Beauvais, Robert. (See RoUman, E. E., and Beauvals.) 
Beaven, Leslie W., Chicago, 111. Internal combustion 

rotary engine. Re. 22,473 ; May 9. 
Beaven, Leslie W., Chicago, 111. Rotary engine struc- 
ture. 2,342,446 ; Feb. 22. 
Beaven, Leslie W., Chicago, 111. Supercharger. 2,357,778 ; 

Sept. 5. 
Beaver, Charles J., Bowdou, and E. L. Davey, Timperley, 
assignors to W. T. Glover & Company Limited, Man- 
chester, England. Impregnating and coating sheet ma- 
terial. 2,339.045; Jan. 11. 
Beaver, David J., St. Albans, W. Va., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Preservation 
of rubber. 2,364,338 ; Dec. 5. 
Beaver, KarL (See Heron, S. D., and Beaver.) 
Beavon, David K. (See Nagle, R. E., and Beavou.) 
IBebinger, Charles N., assignor to La-Del Conveyor & 
Manufacturing Company, New Philadelphia, Ohio. 
Pitch adjusting mechanism for propeller fans. 
2,350,383 ; June 6. 
Bebinger, Charles N., New Philadelphia, Ohio, assignor 
to La-Del Conveyor & Manufacturing Company. Bear- 
ing. 2,358,310 ; Sept. 19. 
Beblo, John, Butler, Pa. Bomb. 2,359,192 ; Sept. 26. 
Bebout. Ray H. (See Murphy, F. R., and Bebout.) 
Bechaud, Adolph B., assignor to Scientific Lighting, Inc., 
Fond du Lac, Wis. Fluorescent lighting fixture. 
Bechberger, Paul F., Tenafly, assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Synchroscope. 
2,339,612 : Jan. 18. 
Bechberger, Paul F., Tenafly, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
(Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Reproducing motion. 
2,342,637 ; Feb. 29. 
Bechik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Handle for mattresses 

and cushions. 2,355.200 : Aug. 8. 
Bechik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Handle for mattresses 

and the like. 2,359,193 ; Sept. 26. 
Bechman, William O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Lubricating means. 
2.349.898 ; May 30. 
Bechman, William O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester (Company. Lubricating means. 
2,362,443 ; Not. 14. 
Bechmann, Rudolf, H. E. Kundt, and H. Bremer, Berlin, 
Germany ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. 
Piezoelectric crystal mounting. 2,343,738 ; Mar. 7. 
Bechtold, Reuben E., assignor to Tokhelm Oil Tank and 
Pump Company, Port Wayne, Ind. Liquid dispensing 
device. 2,340,859 ; Feb. 8. 
Beck, Arnold J. (See Palmieri, M., and Beck.) 
Beck, Bjom O., Newark, Ohio. Shuttlecock. 2,354,790 ; 

Aug. 1. 

Beck, Rjorn O., Newark, Ohio, H. L. Beck, Western 

Springs, 111., and C. H. Gunthorp, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Electrical insulating compositions. 2,357,072 ; Aug. 29. 

Beck, Ernest E., assignor of one-half to A. W. Baum- 

gart, Chicago, 111. Filling and binding composition. 

2,357.573 ; Sept. 5. 

Beck, Hubert L. (See Beck, Bjorn O. and H. L., and 

Gunthorp.) 
Beck, Morris B., Lawrence, N. Y. Fluorescent tube 

lighting fixture. 2,341,895 ; Feb. 15. 
Becke. Priedrich. (See Stoewener, P., and Becke.) 
Becker. Abraham S. and V. I., Los Angeles, Calif. 

Brassiftrp. 2..346,411 ; Apr. 13. 
Becker, Balthasar. (See StoU, A., Kussmaul, and 

Becker.) 
Becker, Bernard- C, deceased. Canton, Ohio, by B. E. 
Becker, executrix, York, Pa., assignor to The Hoover 
Company, , North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2.3.59,104: Sept. 26. 
Becker, Bernard M., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Reactor tube. 2,354,640 ; July 
25. 
Becker, Bernice E., executrix. (See Becker. Bernard C.) 
Becker. Carl D., U. S. Army. Washington. D. C. Tempo- 
rnrv emergency seal for punctured containers. 
2,357,804; Sept. 12. 



Becker, Carlheinz, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian. Producing sound rec- 
ords in half-wave records. 2,342,239 ; Feb. 22. 
Becker, Carlheinz, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian. Leveling the char- 
acteristic of photographic emulsions. 2,365,376 ; Dec. 
19. 
Becker, Ernest R., Oak Park, assignor to The Liquid 
Carbonic Corporation, Chicago, 111. Bottle cleaning 
apparatus. 2.347.453: Apr. 25. 
Becker, George D., Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Rotary 
cooler. 2,348,440; May 9. 
Becker, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Koppers Com- 
pany. Coke oven structure. 2.3.38,618 ; Jan. 4. 
Becker, Joseph A., Mountain Lakes, and J. N. Shive, 
Westfield, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Selenium recti- 
fier and making it. 2.339,613 ; Jan. 18. 
Becker, Joseph C., Longview, Tex., assignor to The 
Atlantic Refining Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Salt 
water pit lining. 2,348,320 ; May 9. 
Becker, Mano E., New i^ork, JN. Y. Rlultiple knife. 

2,364,339 ; Dec. 5. 
Becker, Oskar W., Heidelberg, and E. Braun, Weinheim, 
Baden, Germany ; vested in the Alien Property Custo- 
dian. Apparatus for the manufacture of artificial 
sausage skins. 2,345.086 ; Mar. 28. 
Becker, Sam B., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Modified addition agent for lubricants. 
2,339,371; Jan. 18. 
Becker, Sidney E. (See Batchelor, F. K., and Becker.) 
Becker, Victor I. (See Becker, Abraham S. and V. I.) 
Becker, Walter A., Charlotte, N. C, assignor to Old Do- 
minion Box Company, Lynchburg, Va. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2..349.605 ; May 23. 
Beckes, Lloyd M., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
American Smelting and Refining Company, New York, 
N. Y. ]\Iechanism for handling molten metal. 
2,364,615 ; Dec. 12. 
Beckett, Nora, Orange, Calif. Cabinet for hairdressers' 

chairs. 2,343,493 ; Mar. 7. 
Beckett, Rollin B., Parma, Ohio, assignor to The Ameri- 
can Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Method 
and apparatus for measuring buckle or center stretch 
in cold rolled steel strips. 2.347.454 ; Apr. 25. 
Beckett, Rollin B., Parma, Ohio, assignor to The Ameri- 
can Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Appara- 
tus for measuring buckle or center stretch in cold 
rolled steel strip. 2,360,754 ; Oct. 17. 
Beckham, Leland J., Geddes, assignor to The Solvay 
Process Company, New York, N. Y. Sulphitation of 
organic Compounds. 2,343,362 ; Mar. 7. 
Beckham, Leland J., Geddes, assignor to The Solvay 
Process Company, New York, N. Y. Improving hydro- 
carbon mixtures. 2,354,359 ; July 25. 
Beckley, Charles O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Cutter. 2,351,093 ; June 13. 
Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, assignor to American 
Geochemical Corporation. Long Beach. Calif. Soil 
analysis for location of oil deposits. 2,348,103 : Blay 2, 
Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, assignor to National 
Technical Laboratories, South Pasadena, Calif. Meth- 
od and apparatus for proportioning. 2,351,579 ; June 
20. 
Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, assignor to National 
Technical liaboratories, South Pasadena, Calif. Meth- 
od and apparatus for proportioning. 2,351,580 ; June 
20. 
Beckman, Charles, Jr. (See Barbour, Roswell P., as- 
signor.) 
Beckman, Gustaf S., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Universal 
AVinding Company, Boston, Mass. Winding machine. 
2,351,472 : June 13. 
Beckman, Gutaf S., Cranston, E. I., assignor to Universal 
Winding Company, Boston, Mass. Automatic bobbin 
winder. 2.361,813 : Oct. 31. 
Beckman, Lawrence R., Erhard, Minn. Storage battery 

terminal. 2.347.168 : Apr. 25. 
Beckwith, Dudley R. (See New, A. A., Foord, and Beck- 

with.) 
Beckwith, Edwin L., Brookline, and C. P. Maclver, Stow, 
Mass., assignors to Beckwith Blannfacturing Company, 
Dover. N. H. Scabbard. 2,361,735 ; Oct. 31. 
Beckwith, George M., and M. D. Pickens, Meadville, Pa., 
assignors to Talon, Inc. Adjustable fastening device. 
2,343,826 ; Mar. 7. 
Beckwith, George M., New York, N. Y., and M. D. Pickens, 
Washington, D. C, assignors to Talon, Inc. Making 
adjustable fastening devices. 2,343,827 ; Mar. 7. 
Beckwith, Glenwood J., Brecksville. Ohio, assignor to 
The American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Stainless steel anodic polishing. 2,348,517 ; May 9. 
Beckwith, Glenwood J., Brecksville, Ohio, assignor to 
The American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Electrolvtic treatment of chromium alloys. 2,349,843 ; 
May 30." 
Beckwith. Leo M.. Brookline, JIass. Portable water still. 

2.357.869 : Sept. 12. 
Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Beckwith. E. L., 

and Slaclver. assignors.) 
Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (Sen TT.arrison, Ray- 
mond B., assignor.) 



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Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Lovell, S. P., 

and Straw, assignors.) 
Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Swett, Adel- 

bert P., assignor.) 
Beckwith. Raymond A., assignor to Koehring Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. Excavating and truck loading ma- 

cliine. 2,347,455 ; Apr. 25. 
Beckwith, Raymond A., assignor to Koehring Company, 

Milwaulcee, Wis. Instantaneous truck loading shovel. 

2,347,456 : Apr. 25. 
Beckwith, Raymond A,, assignor to Koehring Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. Excavating, loading, and dumping 

vehicle. 2,352,068 ; June 20. 
Beckwith, Wendell K., Whitewater, assignor to Milwaukee 

Electric Tool Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Saw. 

2,349.400 : May 23. 
Beckwith, Wendell K., Wlutewatpr, assignor to Jlilwau- 

kee Electric Tool Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Port- 
able electric tool. 2.349,401 : May 23. 
Bedard. Earl L., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regu- 
lator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Selective fuel tank 

content indicator. 2,356,200 ; Aug. 22. 
Bedard, Joseph W., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Stitching ma- 
chine. 2,347,761 ; May 2. 
Bedard, Roy T., Escanaba, Mich. Mechanical movement. 

2,351,389 ; June 13. 
Beddoes, Hubert, assignor to Pacific Flush Tank Com- 
pany. Chicago, 111. Safety device for gas producing 

svstVms. 2,348,104; Mnv 2. 
Beddow, Raymond R.. Toledo, Ohio. Pickup device for 

airplanes. 2,364,598 ; Dee. 12. 
Bedford, Alda V., CoUingswood, N. J., assignor to Kadio 

Corporation of America. Television pickup tube. 

2,339.833 ; Jan. 25. 
Bedford, Alda V., CoUingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Audio transmission circuit. 

2.340,364; Feb. 1. 
Bedford, Alda V., CoUingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Camera device. 2,355,136 ; 

Aug. 8. 
Bedford. Alda V., CoUingswood, N. J., assignor to 

Radio Corporation of America. Blocking oscillator. 

2.3.58,297; Sept. 19. 
Bedford, Frederick W., assignor to Bedford Products, 

Dunkirk, N. Y. Producing fruit or vegetable .iuice 

concentrate. 2.354,633 ; July 25. 
Bedford, I^pslle H., and W. H. Stevens, assignors to 

A. C. Cossor Limited, Eondon, England. Electrical 

apparatus. 2,360,466; Oct. 17. 

2.-3.59.349 ; Oct. 3. 
Bedford Products. (See Bedford, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 
Bednneau, Emile F. L., Thomery, France ; vested in the 

Alien Property Custodian. Semiautomatic machine in- 
tended for finishing the grooves of ball bearing rings. 

2,356,499 ; Aug. 22. 
Beebe, Eucian H., Quaker Hill, Conn. Highway marking 

system and device for applying same. 2,338,894 ; Jan. 

11. 
Beebe, Murray C, Jr. (See Martin, E., and Beebe.) 
Beebe. Murray C. Jr.. Glastonbury, assignor to United 

Airci-aft Corpor.ntion, East Hartford, Conn. Propeller 

control. 2.338.483 : Tan. 4. 
Beebe, Stuart J., Wayne County, assignor to Richmond 

Glove Corporation, Richmond, Ind. Workman's glove. 
2,357.574 ; Sept. 5. 
Beech Aircraft Corporation. (See Blanchard, Irvin H., 

assignor.) 
Bppoh Aircraft Corporation. (See Duffy, D. H., Wiley, 

and Ross, assignors.) 
Beech Aiicraft Corporation. (See Lofgren, John A., as- 
signor.) 
Beech, Edward J., Sumas, Wash. Rotary motor. 

2.346,646; Apr. 18. 
Beecher. Brazier K., Wyandotte, and H. P. Roderick, 
Grossp Isle, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Wyan- 
dotte Chemicals Corporation, Wyandotte, Mich. Manu- 
facture of silicated caustic alkali products. 2,357,723 ; 
Sept. 5. 
Beeoher, Jlilton F. (See Jeppson, G. N., and Beecher.) 
Beechlyn, John T., assignor to O. S. Walker Co. Inc., 

Worcester, Mass. Permanent magnet chuck. 2,347,023 ; 

Apr. 18. 
Beechlyn. John T., assignor to O. S. Walker Co. Inc., 
Worcester, Mass. Permanent magnetic chuck. 
2..3.59.293 ; Oct. 3. 
Beechlyn, John T., assignor to O. S. Walker Co. Inc., 

Worcester, Mass. Permanent magnet chuck. 2,300,928 ; 
Oct. 24. 
Beecli-Nut Packing Company. (See Martin, William T., 

assignor.) 
Beed, Carl F.. assignor to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, 

Burbank, Calif. Airfoil testing apparatus. 2,340,505 ; 

Feb. 1. 
Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket. assignor to Pantex Press- 
ing Slachine. Inc., Central Falls. R. I. Apparatus for 
making colloidal starch suspensions. 2,351,907 : June 
20. 
Beede, Herbert G.. Pawtucket, assignor to Pantex Press- 
ing Machine. Inc., Central Falls, R. I. Locking set- 
acrew. 2,355,899 ; Aug. 15. 



Beode, Herbert G., Pawtucket, assignor to Pantex Press- 
ing Machine, Inc., Central Falls, R. I. Locking wedge 
point setscrew. 2.355,900 ; Aug. 15. 
Beede, Herbert G., deceased, Pawtucket, R. I., by R. J. 
Beede, Seekonk, Mass., executor, assignor to Pantex 
Pressing Machine, Inc., Central Falls, K. I. Backlash 
resisting locldng setscrew. 2,355,901; Aug. 15. 
Beede, Herbert G., deceased, Pawtucket, R. I., by R. J. 
Beede, Seekonk, Mass., executor, and N. Monsarrut, 
Seekonk, Mass., assignors to Pantex Pressing JIachine, 
Inc., Central Falls, R. I. Locking adjusting point 
setscrew. 2,355,943 ; Aug. 15. 
Beede, Robert J., executor. (See Beede, Herbert G., 

assignor.) 
Beede, Robert J., executor. (See Beede, H. G., and 

Monsarrat. ) 
Beeh, Louis, Long Meadow, Mass. Magnetic spark plug. 

2,347,072 ; Apr. 18. 
Beeh, Louis, Long Meadow, Mass. High-pressure pump. 

2,351,908 ; June 20. 
Beeh, Louis, Springfield, Mass. Fuel injection pump for 

internnl comliustion engines. 2.357.870; Sept. 12. 
Beeke, Henry F., and S. A. Young, assignors to Globe 
Valve Corporation, Delphi, Ind. Bath, sink, and 
lavatory fixture. 2,348,238; May 9. 
Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Con- 
centrating weak nitric acid. 2,343.635 ; Mar. 7. 
Beekhuis. Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Recov- 
ering solids from solution. 2,347,073 ; Apr. 18. 
Boekler, John G., Santa Monica, Calif. Weatherproof 

snail bait. 2,363,852 ; Nov. 28. 
Beekley, Francis C, West Hartford, assignor to The 
Glastonbury Bank & Trust Company, Glastonbury, 
Conn. ]\[iprophone. 2,350,010 ; May 30. 
Bee-Line Company. (See Smith, Roy D., assignor.) 
Bee Line Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, Roy D., 

assignor.) 
Beem, Birdie L. (See Harris, John C, assignor.) 
Beer, Leo, Philadelphia, Pa. Impregnating composition 

for textile materials. 2,347,024 ; Apr. 18. 
Beer, Palle-Finn, and P. V. I. P. Anneberg, Copenhagen, 
Denmark ; vested in the Alien Property (Justodian. 
Motor for sound recording apparatus. 2,345,087 ; Mar. 
28. 
Beerbower, Alan, and A. E. Calkins, Westfield, N. J., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Lubri- 
cant, etc. 2,343,736 ; Mar. 7. 
Beerbower, Alan, Kenilworth, N. J., and R E. Darley, 
Glen Burnie, Md., assignors to Standard Oil Develop- 
ment Company. Lubricant. 2,343,737 ; Mar. 7. 
Beers, George L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Color television system. 
2,351,760; June 20. 
Beers, Geor'^e L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Frequency modulation signal re- 
ceiving system. 2,356,201 ; Aug. 22. 
Beers, Rojce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Monroe, Mich. Traveling grate for stokers. 
2.356.144; Aug. 22. 
Beers, Royce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Monroe, Mich. Detachable grate bar con- 
struction for traveling grates. 2,363,932 ; Nov. 28. 
Bcersman, Charles G., Evanston, 111. Refrigerator. 

2,347,985 ; Jlay 2. 
Beerthuis, Ebbe, Chicago, 111. Plastering base. 

2,.344.279 ; Mar. 14. 
Beetem, Prank G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
Electric Storage Battery Company. Charge control 
storage system for storage batteries. 2,358,681 ; Sept. 
19. 
Beggs, James E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Lead-in arrangement. 2,344,280 ; Mar. 
14. 
Beggs, James E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric discharge device and fabri- 
cation thereof. 2,352.933; July 4. 
Beggs, Robert J., Highland Springs, Va. Ornamental 

chain. 2.355,944 ; Aug. 15. 
Begun, Semi J., assignor to Magnetone Inc., Cleveland, 
Ohio. Magnetic sound recording and reproducing. 
2,356,145 ; Aug. 22. 
Begun, Semi J., assignor to The Brush Development Com- 
panv, Cleveland, Ohio. Sound reproducing device. 
2.303.497 : Nov. 28. 
Behar, Sam, Berwyn, 111., assignor to A. P. Dormeyer 

l\!fg. Co. Juicer support. 2.344.227 ; Mar. 14. 
Behar, Sam, Berwyn, assignor to A. P. Dormeyer Mfg. 
Co.. Cliicago, 111. Turntable slide support. 2,357,160 ; 
Aug. 29. 
Behar, Samuel M. (See Redin. R. W., and Behar.) 
Behen. George L., assignor of one-half to R. Ashton, 
Arvada, Colo. Center locating device. 2,348,878; 
May 16. 
Rehlnier. Henry B., assignor to Line Material Com- 
pany, South Slilwaukee, Wis. Electromagnetic device. 
2.355,137: Aug. 8. 
Behm. Arthur A., et al. (See Wilson, Ray O., as- 
signor.) 

Behm. Richard D., Vancoviver, Wash., assignor to M and 
M Wood Working Cnmnnny, Portland, Oreg. Concrete 
form material. 2,364,772 ; Dec. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Behniseh, Robert, and P. Pohls, Wuppertal-Elberfeld. Ger- 
many, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc.. 
New York, N. Y. Condensation products derived from 
4,4' - diaminodiphenylsulplione and mailing them. 
2,339,318: .Tan. 18. 

Behniseh, Robert, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, and W. Salzer, 
Wuppertal-Barmen, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Chromane 
compounds and manufactui'e thereof. 2,359,461; 
Oct. 3. 

Behr-Mnnnlng Corporation. (See Amstuz, John O.) 

Behr-JIanning Corporation. (See Manchester, Randall S., 
assignor.) 

Behr-iMaiining Corporation. (See Van der Pyl, Edward, 
assignor.) 

Behr, Robert K., Tuckahoe, N. Y., assignor to The Bab- 
cock & Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Multillue heat 
exchanger. 2,357,251 ; Aug. 29. 

Behrens. Herbert C, Haddon Heights, assignor to Samuel 
M. Langston Co., Camden, N. J. Rotary steam joint. 
2.349,696 ; May 23. 

Behrens, Herman, Essex, N. Y. Boat anchor. 2,365,136 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Behreut, Eric, East Rutherford, N. J., and E. F. Marres- 
ford, Baldwin, assignors to National Biscuit Company, 
New Y'ork. N. Y. Automatic packaging machine. 
2.353.005; July 4. 

Behringer, Alfred, Wanaque, N. J., assignor to Alco- 
Gravure Division of Publication Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Bearing shield. 2,350,089 ; May 30. 

Behrman. Abraham S.. Chicago. 111., assignor to Infilco 
Incorporated. Preparation of gels. 2.358.201 ; Sept. 12. 

Behrman. Abraham S., Chicago, 111., assignor to Infilco 
Incorporated. Producing gels. 2.358.202 ; Sept. 12. 

Beibin, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Deodorant and moth 
preventing cake. 2,349,402 ; Jlay 23. 

Beil, Forrest F., assignor to Curtis Companies Incorpo- 
rated, Clinton, Iowa. Weather seal construction. 
2,.345.08S ; INIar. 28. 

Beil, Forrest F., assignor to Curtis Companies Incorpo- 
rated, Clinton, Iowa. Weather strip construction. 
2.358,552 ; Sept. 19. 

Beilonson Bernard, Harrow, England, assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Photographic layers 
containing dyestuffs. 2,350,090 : May 30. 

Beirise, John C. Dayton, Ohio. Airplane towing means 
2,350,999 ; June 13. 

Beiser, Elmer H. (See Hasselman, A. J., and Beiser.) 

Belter, George, Ijong Island City, assignor to Steinway & 
Sons, New York. N. Y. Securing means for adhesively 
held parts. 2.345,025 ; Mar. 28. 

Beitler, Samuel R. (See Overbeck, J. B., and Beitler.) 

Beltler, Samuel R., assignor of one-half to J. E. Over- 
beck, Columbus, Ohio. Apparatus for compensating 
gas meter readings. 2,348,593 ; May 9. 

Bek, Heinrich. (See Bolli, B., and Bek.) 

Belada, John, Glassboro, N. J., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Mechanism for handling closure blanks. 
2.346.549 : Apr. 11. 

Belanger, Albert P., Chicago, 111. Fastening device. 
2,3.53,140 ; July 11. 

Belcher, Clarence F. (See Lee, H. R., and Belcher.) 

Belcher, Daniel, E. D. Munson, and H. V. Kindseth, as- 
signors to Bemls Bro. Bag Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Bag 
feeding and packaging machine. 2.343,879 ; Mar. 14. 

Belcher, Daniel, Minneapolis, Minn., and F. R. Linda, St. 
Louis, Mo., assignors to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Bag closing machine. 2,362,462 ; Nov. 14. 

Belcher, George E., Company. (See Reinhardt, Louis W., 
assignor.) 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Reading, Raymond 
L.. assignor.) 

Beldl, Fritz, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boverl 
& Cie, Baden, Switzerland. High voltage transformer. 
2.348,239 ; May 9. 

Beldi, Fritz, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri 
& Cie. Baden, Switzerland. Anode assembly. 2,358,553 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Beldimano, Alessandro, Rome, Italy ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Apparatus for transforming me- 
chanical energy into heat. 2,344.075 ; Mar. 14. 

Belfer, Simon, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Maize harvester. 
2.365,997 : Dec. 26. 

Belforti, George F., Milford, assignor to Draper Corpora- 
tion. Hopedale, Mass. Thread parting mechanism. 
2,341,839; Feb. 15. 

Bellne. Walter E., Englewood, N. J. Distilling apparatus. 
2,352,069 : June 20. 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See De Gray, William G., as- 
signor.) 

(See Howe, Smith B., as- 



Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

Salisbury, assignors.) 
Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

M.aurer. assignors.) 
Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

signer.) 
Bell Aircraft Corporation. 

signer.) 



(See La Sha, Stanley S., 
(See La Sha, S. S., and 
(See Schwartz, Arthur A., 
(See Schwartz, A. A., and 
(See Stanley, Robert M., as- 
(See Trotter, John C, as- 



Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Trotter, J. C, and Carl- 
zen, assignors.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Trotter, J. C, and 
Maurer, assignors.) 

Bell -iircraft Corporation. (See Woods, Robert J., as- 
signor.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporatoin. (See Woodson, Omer L., as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Angus S., and W. C. Angus, Spondon, near Derby, 
England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Textile material. 2,352,244 ; June 27. 

Bell, Angus S., and W. C. Angus, Spondon, near Derby, 
England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Textile material and the production thereof. 2,352,245 ; 
June 27. 

Bell, Charles C, Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Coat- 
ing material spray recovery means. 2.347,728 : May 2. 

Bell, Curtis M., Berkeley, Calif. Automatic collet chuck. 
2,359,507 ; Oct. 3. 

Bell. David A., London, England, assignor to Radio Patents 
Corporation. Electrical apparatus. 2,303,288 ; Nov. 21. 

Bell, David B., Long Beach, assignor to ICeuyon F. Lee, 
Los Angeles, Calif., trustee. Method of converting oil. 
2,347,805 ; May 2. 

Bell, Francis W. (See Lovell, L. L., Martin, and Bell.) 

Bell, Godfrey. (See StanfieUl, Merl A., assignor.) 

Bell & Gossett Company. (See Tidd, Edwin B., assignor.) 

Bell & Plowell Company, The. (See Howell, Albert A., 
assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Howell, Albert S., as- 
signor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See McNabb, Louis A., 
assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Moomaw, L. H., and 
Bernzott, assignors.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Stechbart, Bruno, as- 
signor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Zuber, John G., as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Ian C. M. (See Strang, J. M., and Bell.) 

Bell, Joseph D., San Francisco, Calif. Power transmitting 
device. 2,353,285 ; July 11. 

Bell, Leroy V., Wakefield, R. I. Cigarette package or the 
like. 2,342.240 ; Feb. 22. 

Bell, iMarguerite N., Minneapolis, Minn. Sleeping gar- 
ment. 2,355,138: Aug. 8. 

Bell, Millard R., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to The 
B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Protective 
shield. 2,365,328 : Dec. 19. 

Bell, Noel G., London, England. Pile hammer. 
2,346,894 ; Apr. 18. 

Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Webb, Christopher F., 
assignor.) 

Bell, Richmond T. (See Ayers, G. W., Jr., Agruss, and 
Bell.) 

Bell, Richmond T., Deerfield, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Antiknock compound and 
motor fuel containing same. 2.352,760 ; July 4. 

Bell, Richmond T., Deerfield, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. High octane motor fuel and 
producing same. 2.354,646 ; Aug. 1. 

Bell, Richmond T., Deerfield, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Stabilizing carbonyl contain- 
ing motor fuels. 2,365,377: Dec. 19.. 

Bell, Rupert B., assignor to King-Seeley Corporation, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. Windshield wiper mechanism. 2,354,189 ; 
July 25. 

Bell, Stanley T., Washington, D. C. Shorthand text and 
practice book. 2,360,328; Oct. 17. 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Aamodt, 
Thoralf, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Abra- 
ham. Leonard G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See ACEel, 
Herman A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Albert, 
Walter P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Alford, 
R. S., and Edson, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ander- 
son, Frithiof B.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Atkins, 
George E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bacon, 
Walter M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bacon, 
W. M., and Kinkead, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bacon, 
Walter 1\I.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (SeeBadgley, 
Robert H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bailey, 
Rand S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Baker, 
William O., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bald- 
win, Millard W., Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barber, 
Ch.irles C. assisnor.) 

Bel! Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barney, 
Harold L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bas- 
com, Henry M., assignor.) 



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49 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bascom, 
H. M., and Hubbard, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Jjaboratories, Incorporated. (See Bas- 
com, H. M., and Rhodes, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Baum- 
falk. John, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Beards- 
ley, Harry I., assignor.) 

BelL Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Becker, 
J. A., and Shive, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Benning, 
Harvey H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Biggs, 
Burnard S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Biggs. 

B. S., Morgan, and White, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bishop, 

Walter M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

Harold S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blount, 

Frank E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bode, 

Hendrik W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bond, 

Walter L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bonor- 

den, A. R., Koos, Krecek, Large, and Marshall, as- 
signors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bost- 

wiclv. L. G., and King, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bots- 

ford. Nelson, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bouton, 

G. M., Phipps. and Schumacher, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brooks, 

C. E., and (Flint, assignor).) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brown, 

John T. L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brown, 

Joshua R. C, Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bruce, 

E., and Mathes, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bulllng- 

ton, Robert K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burgess, 

Montague S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Labo'vitories, Incorporated, (See Busch, 

A. J., and Henry, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 

A. J., Henry, and Seibel, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Camp- 
bell, Mark E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Cash, 

C. and Perkins, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone I>aboratories, Incorporated. (See Cesareo, 

Orfeo, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See ChafEee, 

Joseph G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Christ- 

ensen, Carl J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chris- 

tensen, Carl J. and H., assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clark, 

J. E., Domaleski, and Roncl, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Comp- 

ton. Kenneth G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Corso, 

Frank S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cousins, 

Van M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Coyne, 

Howard L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cum- 

mings, George C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curran, 

Stanley T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 

Harold E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dahl- 

bom. C. A., Kinkead, Locke, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dar- 
lington, Sidney, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davey, 

James R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davis, 

Kingsbury H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (See Davis, R. C, and 

Matthies, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dehn, 

Joseph W'.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See De 

Monte. R. W., and Milarta, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Depew 

Charles, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Depp, 
Wallace A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dick- 
ten. Emil, Jr.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Doha, 
Stephen. Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dowey, 
T. L;, and Lovell, assignors.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Down- 
ing, H. L., and West, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dubuar, 

Arthur S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dudley, 

Homer W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Duhn- 

krack, George H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dunlap, 

K. S., and Lovell, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Edson, 

James O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Edson, 

William A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ed- 
wards, Paul G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratoiies, Incorporated. (See Ed- 
wards. William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ehr- 

hardt, Robert A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ellis, 

W. C, and Souden, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Eutz, 

Ferdinand S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fergu- 
son. Ijjnvrencp. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ferrell, 

Enoch B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Field, 

Joseph C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Finch, 

O. .T., and White, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Prosch, 

Carl J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fuller, 

Calvin S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fuller, 

C. S,. and Kemp. a.<!signors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gent, 

Edgar W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Oilman, 

George W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Given, 

Frederick J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Glass, 

Myron S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Goddard, 

Myron C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Goff, 

Harold W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Goil. 

H. W.. jloore, and Walter, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Good- 
rum. C. L., Hinrichsen, and Keller, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gould, 

King E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Graham, 

Robert E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gray, 

Frank, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Green, 

Charles B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Green, 

Estill T.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Griese, 

Frank C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gumley, 
Robert H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hale, 
Stuart G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hal- 
brook, Warwick W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hal- 
brook, W. W., and Kelsay, assignors. ) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hall, 
Nathan I., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hamp- 
ton. Leon N., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hans- 
com. Clarence P., assisrnor. ) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harley, 
Joseph J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Har- 
rison, Henry C. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hartley, 
Ralph V. L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hays, 
J. B.. and Shuhart, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hearn, 
Richard B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hecht, 
George, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hersey, 
Ralph E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hibbard, 
Frank H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (See Hickman, Clar- 
ence N., assignor.) 

Bell Teelphone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hick- 
man, C. N., and Mallina. assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hight, 
Stuart C. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hol- 
brook, Bernard D., assignor.) 



50 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Holda- 

way, V. L., Thurber, and Wooten, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone LnboiatorifS, Incorporated. (See Holden, 

\\'illi;im II. T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. See Horton, 

Arthur W., Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hoyt, 

Leon G.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hub- 
bard. Francis A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hub- 
bard, F. A., Alatthies, and Myers, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hussey, 

Luther \V., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Irwin, 

John C, assignor.) , ,„ , , 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jacobs, 

Oliver B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Joel, 

Amos R.. Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See John- 
son, Kenneth S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jones, 

Edward IL, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jones, 

R. C, O'Neil, and Wente, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kater, 

Joseph A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Keller, 

Arthur C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kent, 

Robert J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

Douglas H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

G. v., and Myers, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See King, 

R. E., and Miller, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kings- 
ley. Charles C. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kin- 

kead, FuUerton S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laborati)ri<s, Incorporated. (See Kin- 

kead. F. S., Krecek. and Young, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Kin- 

kead. F. S.. and Lucek. assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kinsley 

Thomas O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kleln- 

felder, Walter C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Knoop, 

William .-\., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Korn, 

Franklin A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Kreer, 

J. n.. Jr.. and Mallinckrodt, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kuntz, 

Frank A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lane. 

Clarence E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lang, 

Wilmnrth Y.. assicnor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lang, 

W. Y., and Singer, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Langa- 

heer, Harvey T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephoni? Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Large, 

Wavne V. K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Large, 

W. V. K., Lucek, and Marshall, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Lewis, 

B. v.. and IVTalthaner. a.s-ngnors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Little, 

.T B.. and Ronri. assienors. ) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lovell, 

denvai' 11.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lucek, 

Charles W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Lund- 

strom, Alexis A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Maggio, 

John B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ma- 

bnppv, John .T.. .Jr.. assi"-nnr.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mallina, 

Rudolph F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mar- 
shall. Tola A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Martin. 

Willifim H.. assiirnor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mason. 

Warren P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone T,nhoratorips. Incorporated. (See Mc- 

Dnvitt, Marrellus P... assignor.) 
Bell Telophnne T^ahoratories. Incorporated. (See McKim, 

Piii'ton, assicni'r. ) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See JIcKim, 

Tames P.,, a.'^sisnor. ) 
Bell T'^lcplionc Laboratories. Inco'-porated. (See JIcLean, 

Pa 'id A .. as«i!innr. ) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See McRae. 

James W.. assienor.) 
Bell Telenhone r,ahoratories. Incorporated. (See Melick, 

John M.. assignor.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mesch, 
Orwar S. A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mesch, 
O. S. A., and Pritchard, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Meyers, 
Stanley T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 
Charles G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mohr, 
Milton E., assignor.) 

Dell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mor- 
rison, John F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorpor^ated. (See Mor- 
rison, Laurence W., Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mott, 
Edward E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone L;\boratories, Incorporated. (See Murphy, 
Paul 15., assignor.) 

I'ell Teleplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Myers, 
Oscar, assignor.) 

Hell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Newby, 
Neal D., assignor.) 

ISell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nor- 
wine, Andrew C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nylund, 
Harry W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nyquist, 
Harry, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Owens, 
Emmett L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Parker, 
(^arlyle V., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Park- 
inson, David B.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pearson, 
Gerald L., .assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pfleger, 
Kenneth W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Phelps, 
Walter A., a.ssignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Plotner, 
Loyd D., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Polk, 
Robert E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Porter, 
Leslie F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Potter, 
James A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Priess- 
man, Neil Y., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rasmus- 
sen, Osvald E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Richard, 
Chai'les T).. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rich- 
ardson, Paul H., assignor.) 

Bell TelpiilioiiF Laboraloiies, Incorporated. (See Kubly, 
H. C, and Young, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rumpel, 
Carl FT., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone I^aboratories, Incorporated. (See Schmied, 
James W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Seibel, 
Charles F.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shackle- 
ton, Samuel P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shann, 
Oscar A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, (See Shep- 
herd. William G.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sloa- 
czewski, Thaddeus, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 
Kenneth D., as=ii;nor ) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Soffel, 
Robert O.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone T-aboratories, Incorporated. (See Stibitz, 
George R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stryker, 
Norman R.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone lyaboratories. Incorporated. (See Swezey, 
Burdette S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Kaboratories, Incorporated. (See Teal, 
Gordon TC. assienor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thurber, 
Elmer A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thur- 
ber. E. A., and Wooten, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Truck- 
soss. Dnvid K.. ns^icfnor 1 

Bell Telephone Tjaboratories, Incorporated. (See Van 
Damme. T,ouis E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See VaB 
Tnwairpn, Charles L.. Jr.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 
Vanchan. TTenry R., assignor.) 

Bell Telppbone Tiaboratories, Incorporated. (See Vieth, 
Leonard, assignor.) 

P.pll Telppbone Laboratories, Incorporatpd. (See Volz, 
Arthur Tl., assignor.) 

Boll Tolepbonp T/abnratories. Incorporated. (See Vroom, 
Edwnvrl. assisrnor.) 

Bell Telephone T<nboratories, Incorporated. (See Wads- 
worth, Paul W., assignor.) 



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51 



Bell Teleplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wageu- 
seil, William O., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratorii;s, Incorporated. (See Walsh, 
John <i.. as.signor. ) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wat 
son, Edward F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See West, 

John \V.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wiese, 
Floyd M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Wilker- 
son, Jefferson R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Willard 
Gerald W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wilson, 
Leon T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wise, 
Raymond O., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wooten, 
Lelnnd A., .issignor. ) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wright, 
Edgar E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wright, 
Sumner B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Yenzer. 
George R.. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Zlnn, 
Manvel K., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Zupa, 
Franli A., assignor.) 

Bell. William D.. Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hockinp 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio. Apparatus for 
filling and sealing containeis. 2.341.498; l-eb. 8. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio. Apparatus for 
sealing containers. 2,352,761 ; July 4. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio. Apparatus for 
sealing containers. 2,3.52.762 ; July 4. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio. Apparatus for 
sealing containers. 2,3.52,763 ; July 4. 

Bell. William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio. Cap-feeding appa- 
ratus. 2,352,764 ; July 4. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporntinn, Lancaster, Ohio. Cap-feeding ap- 
paratus. 2,361.364 ; Oct. 31. 

Bell, William P., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio, Method and ap- 
paratus for sealing containers. 2.361,365 ; Oct. 31. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hocking 
Glass Corporation. Lancaster, Ohio. Apparatus for seal- 
ing containers. 2.361.366 : Oct. 31. 

Bellamy. Harry T. (See Martin. R., and Bellamy.) 

Bellamy, John I.. Brookfield, assignor to Kellogg Switch- 
board and Supply Company, Chicago. 111. Automatic 
telephone switch and system. 2.354,660 ; Aug. 1. 

Bellamy, John I.. Brookfield. assignor to Kellogg Switch- 
board and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Lockout tele- 
phone line circuit. 2,35.5.139; Ausr. 8. 

Eellazinl. Joseph A., Chicago, 111. Rotary motor. 
2.343.94S; Mar. 14. 

Belli. John, Clifton, assignor to Botany Worsted Mills, 
Passaic, N. J. Wool feeding apparatus. 2,348,691 ; 
May 9. 

Rellinger, Arthur J. (See Sigler, Erasmus J., assignor,) 

Bellinger, Franklin S.. Detroit, Mich. Radius dresser for 
grindintr wheels. 2.343.949; Alar. 14. 

Bellows. Foy E., Van Alstyne, Tex. Centrifugal electric 
casting and molding machine. 2,348,322 ; May 9. 

Bellows. Guy, Jr., and E. F, Weiser, Erie, Pa., assignors 
to General Electric Company, Circuit controller 
2..?41,896 ; Feb. 15. 

Bell rose, Norman G., Long Beach, Calif. Cutting torch 
holder. 2,356,811 ; Aug. 29. 

Belluche. Frank R.. assignor to The Christensen Jlachine 
Company, Racine, Wis. Printing press. 2,355,046 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Belluche, Frank R., assignor to The Christensen Machine 
Company, Racine, Wis. Sheet delivery mechanism. 
2..?5n.697 ; .Aug. 15. 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Marholz, Richard C, 
assignor.) 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Plensler, Alexander 

W., assignor.) 
Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, Earl E., assignor.) 
Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, E. E., and Hornbostel. 

nssignors.) 
Beloit Iron Works. (See Goodwillie, J. E., and Berry, 

assignors.) 
Beloit lion Works. (See T-Torn hostel. Llnvd. .Tssicnnr.) 
Belokopytoff, Alexander J., New York, assignor to P. N. 

Robins, Scarsdale, N. Y. Machine for dyeing textile 

fabrics. 2.352,882 ; .July 4. 
Beloiid. Leon O.. Colfax, Calif. Device to serve paper 

sales tax slips. 2,361.528: Oct. 31. 
P.elsinger, Inc. (See Belsinger, .Tack R., assignor.) 
Belsingnr. Jack R.. assignor to Relsinger. Inc., Atlanta, 

Oa. Shipping cont.niner. 2.346.4fifi ; Apr. 11. 
Beltz, John S., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Tlie Jeffrey 

Manufacturing Company. Drilling machine. 2,353,006 ; 

July 4. 



Beltz, John S., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Jeffrey 
Manufacturing Company. Mining machine. 2,357,724 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Belveal, Robert F., Denver, Colo., assignor to Remington 
Arras Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Gauging ma- 
chine 2,364,185 ; Dec. 5. 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher, D., and Linda, as- 
signors.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher, D., Munson, and Kind- 
.'iPth. assignors.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Company. (See Stohlman, W. D., and 
A.siiroii. as.'Jiguoi-s. I 

Bemis Bro. Bag Company. (See Weeks, Arnold N., as- 
signor.) 

Bcnander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to Mono- 
watt Electric Corporation. Wiring device. 2,362,794: 
Nov. 14. 

Benbow, Faye P., East Gary, Ind. Furniture. 2,359.284 : 
Oct. 3. 

Benbrook, Charles H. (See Kienle, R. H., Park, Ben- 
brook, and Grieb.) 

Bencal, John, Chicago, 111. Incendiary bomb. 2,342,112 ! 
Feb. 22. 

Bench, IJavid E. (See Wintermute, G. J., and Bench.) 

Bench, David E., Dayton. Ohio, assignor to The Hydraulic 
Development Corporation, Inc. Wilmington, Del. Press 
leveling means. 2,343,167 : Feb. 29. 

Bench, David E., and M, A. Crosby, assignors to The Day- 
ton Pump and Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Dispensing pump computer. 2.365,329 ; Dec. 19. 

Benckenstein, Charles H., Vinton, La. Increasing per- 
meability of sands and strata. 2,354,570 ; July 25. 

Benckenstein, George W., Jr. (See Howard, D. K., 
Bencljenstein. and Porter.) 

Bencowitz, Isaac, Newgulf, assignor to Texas Gulf Sul- 
phur Company, Houston, Tex. Sulphur product and 
producing same. 2.343.860 ; Mar. 14. 

Bendar, Arthur Z., Round Lake, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to L. C. Rogers, Niles, Mich. Cleaning de- 
vice. 2,357,446: Sept. 5. 

Bender, John, Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Connector clip. 2,353,286 ; July 11. 

Bender, Lloyd F. (See Schmitt, J. A., and Bender.) 

Bender. Lloyd F., assignor to The Universal Milking Ma- 
chine Company, Waukesha, Wis. Teat cup inflation. 
2.340.295 : Feb. 1. 

Bender, Lloyd F., assignor to The Universal Milking Ma- 
chine Company, Waukesha, Wis. Teat cup inflation. 
2.340,296: Feb. 1. 

Bender, Robert W., assignor to Waxide Paper Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. Apparatus for controlling the coat- 
ing of paper. 2.365,621 : Dee. 19. 

Bender, Sydney E., assignor to T. Shandal, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Record holder. 2,345,230 : Mar. 28, 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Alexanderson, How- 
ard, assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Ayers, Donald J., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bailey, Richard S., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Barnes, Orland M 
assignor.) '' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bechberger Paul F 
assignor.) '' 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Blake, Kenneth R 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Blanchard, Arthur D.. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bogue, Leonard E., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bremser, Albert T, 

assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Briechle, A., Hurley, 

and Merritt. assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Burnett, Richard T 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Buxton, James E., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Chappell, Ralph R., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Chappell, R. R., and 

Colt, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Cox, Parker G 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Du Bois, William H„ 

assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Eltgroth, George V., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Estey, Charles G., 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Frank, Frederick C, 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Frazier, Radford K., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Gallup. D. L.. and 

]\fatliieson, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Goepfrich, Rudolph 

A., assignor.) 

Bendix .Aviation Corporation. (See Gregg, David, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hermansen, Henry 
v., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hood, E. Elliott, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Houseman, Melvin R., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Humphrey, William 
J., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hyland, Lawrence 
. A., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Jandasek, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Janes, Clinton S., 
as.signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Jones, Burr W., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Joseph, Francis M., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Karey, Romuald, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix .\viation Corporation. (See Kearney, Daniel P., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kimball, Vernon R., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kucher, Andrew A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kurzina, Stanley B., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Laird, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Lamoreaux, Andrew 
B., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Lehman, Samuel K., 
assignor.) 
, Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See MacBlane, James, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See MacNeil, Charles 1., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Mock, P. C, and 
Wirth, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Nardone, Romeo M., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Neuner, Martin, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Noxon, Paul A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Oliver, Wilbur C, 
2nd, assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Pontius, George W., 
Ill, assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Pontius, G. W., Ill, 
and Handy, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Price, Earl R., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Reichel, Wladimir A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Roberts, Jean M., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Rylsky, Gregory V., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Shaflf, Ernest H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sidwell, Alfred S., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Smith, Stuyvesant C, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Stuart, Alfred A., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sturges, Edward B., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Taylor, Cecil H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Taylor, R. G., and 
Honeywell, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Thieme, George B., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Tognola, Tulllo, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Trautman, Walter C, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See White, John W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See White, J. W., and 
Harrison, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Wirth, E. 0., and 
Lum, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Zwack, Raymond T., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation. Ltd. (See Brown, David H., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation. Ltd. (See White, John W., assignor.) 

Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Bowen, Myron W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Schulz, Arthur P., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Mock, Frank C, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Shaff, Ernest H., 
assignor.) 

Bendix, Vincent, South Bend, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Langlev Aviation Corporation, New 
York. N. Y. Portable veneer press. 2,363.933 : Nov. 28. 

Bendix-Westin,':;house Automotive .\ir Brake Company. 
(See Andres, William J., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Andres, W. J., and Sanford, assignors.) 



Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See easier, Roger H., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See easier, R. H., and Vorech, assignors.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Fowler, Elbert, assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Leukhardt, Arthur R., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Sanford, Roy S., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air .Brake Company. 
(See Vorech, Stephen, assignor.) 

Benedict, Donald B., South Charleston, W. Va., assignor 
to Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Re- 
covery of vinyl acetate from solvent mixtures. 
2,34<).807 ; May 30. 

Benedict, Donald B., South Charleston, W. Va., assignor 
to Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Re- 
covery of vinyl acetate from solvent mixtures. 
2.350,087 : May 30. 

Benedict, Wayne L. (See Mattox, W. J., and Benedict.) 

Benedict, ^\■ayne L., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon conversion proc- 
ess. 2,362,795 ; Nov. 14. 

Benedict, William S. (See Tryon, S., and Benedict.) 

Benes, Gaspar P., Euclid, Ohio, assignor to Addressograph- 
Multigraph Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Forging ap- 
paratus. 2.365.857 ; Dec. 26. 

Benesli, Matthew E., Chicago, assignor to Chicago By- 
products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Detecting and 
measuring leakage in gas lines. 2,353,287 ; July 11. 

Benford, James R., assignor to Bausch & Lonib Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Microscope illuminating 
device. 2,351.736 : June 20. 

Benford, James R., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Microscope illuminator. 
2,357,378 ; Sept. 5. 

Benger, Ernest B., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Finishing of polyamide 
fabrics. 2,365,931 ; Dec. 26. 

Benger, William F. A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Water 
column. 2,349,808 ; May 30. 

Benger's Limited. (See Thoi'nley, B. D., and Hilton, as- 
signors.) 

Bengert, Nicholas, New Orleans, La. Ladder attach- 
ment. 2,360,640 ; Oct. 17. 

Benham, Emmett D. (See Rose'nleaf, J. R., and Ben- 
ham.) 

Benioff, Hugo, La Canada, Calif., assignor to Submarine 
Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Electrodynamic vibra- 
tor. 2,346,655 ; Apr. 18, 

Benito y de la Rosa, M. and D. Clavijo y Garcia, Habana, 
Cuba. Resilient wheel for vehicles. 2,350,980 ; June 
13. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, HI., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Tractor-mounted imple- 
ment. 2,351,473 ; June 13. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Tractor-mounted imple- 
ment. 2,358,298 ; Sept. 19. 

Benjamin, Clarence F., Devon, Conn. Portable hammock. 
2,347.656; May 2. 

Benjamin, Clarence F., Devon, Conn. Folding chair. 
2,355,617 ; Aug. 15. 

Benjamin, Claude A. (See Jacob, Smith A., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Church, Eric H., 
assignor.) 

Benjamin Foster Company. (See Vose, Edwin W., as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin, George W., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Con- 
tinental Gin Company. Chain hoist. 2.340.409 ; Feb. 1. 

Benjamin, Harry S., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Free service 
coin-controlled machine. 2,364,939 ; Dec. 12. 

Benjamin, Milton L., Cleveland, and P. E. Winnen, Elyria, 
Ohio ; said Winnen assignor to said Benjamin. Pre- 
cision chuck. 2,358,299 ; Sept. 19. 

Benjamin, Blilton L., Cleveland, and C. E. Drew, Wll- 
loughby-on-the-Lake, Ohio ; said Drew assignor to said 
Benjamin. Precision chuck. 2,358,300 ; Sept. 19. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaulcee, Wis. Nonrefillable 
container. 2,344,961 ; Mar. 28. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis. Unitary blade 
magazine and blade magazine holder. 2,344,962 ; Mar. 
28. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis. Safety blade maga- 
zine. 2,346,144; Apr. 11. 

Benjamin. Sidney H.. Milwaukee, Wis. Safety blade 
magazine holder. 2.347.237 : Apr. 25. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis. Razor blade maga- 
zine. 2,353,141; July 11. 

Benjamin, Walter E., assignor to Pierce Governor Com- 
pany, Anderson, Ind. Governor spring structure. 
2.356.202 : Aug. 22. 

Benjamins, Israel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Aircraft. 2,359,264 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Benkert. Hanns. (See Pfaff. Peter, and Benkert.) 

Benkert, Louis M., assignor to Progressive Welder Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Welding apparatus. 2,354,190 ; 
July 25. 
Benn, Walter E., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake. 2,350,868; June 6. 



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Benner, Arnold R., Louise, Tex. Floor jack. 2,338,278 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Benner, Dale A., Alton, 111. Punch 2,357,306 ; Sept. 5. 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Baumann, H. N., Jr., and 
Bennei.) 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Melton, R. L., and Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C. (Sefe Jlelton, R. L., Kirchner, and 
Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C, and F. A. Upper, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasive 
and making same. 2,347,537 ; Apr. 25. 

Benner, Raymond C, and W. G. Soley, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Making 
abrasive articles. 2,352,246 ; June 27. 

Benner, Raymond C, and W. G. Soley, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagava Falls, N. Y. Form- 
ing metal carbides. 2,364,123 ; Dec. 5. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, assignor to Spencer Lens 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Lens system. 2,363,770; 
Nov. 28. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, and R. S. Estey, Buffalo, 
N. Y., assignors to American Optical Company, South- 
bridge, Mass. Optical instrument and making same. 
2,346,002 ; Apr. 4. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, R. S. Estey, Buffalo, N. Y., 
and H. H. Styll, assignors to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Lens and making same. 
2,360,641; Oct. 17. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, R. S. Estey, Buffalo, N. Y., 
and H. II. Stvll, assignors to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Lens. 2,361,589 ; Oct. 31. 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, R. I., assignor to 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. Driving 
and control mechanism for milling and similar ma- 
chines. 2,363,934 ; Nov. 28. 

Bennett, Benjamin J., Leicester, England. Moistening 
pieces of paper and like material. 2,342,524 ; Feb. 22. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite 
Company, Passaic, N. J. Electric cable. 2,344,501 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Pothead or terminal for electric cable systems. 
2,354,191 ; July 25. 

Bennett, Claude C, South Bend, Ind. Reaction testing 
mechanism. 2,353,213 ; July 11. 

Bennett, Dale T^., assignor to International Harvester 
Company, ChicTgo. 111. Filter. 2.362,530 ; Nov. 14. 

Bennett, Dale li.. Riverside, and A. J. McAllister, as- 
signors to United Specialties Company, Chicago, ill. 
Dust separator, 2,342,447 ; Feb. 22. 

Bennett, E.nrnest L., assignor to J. I. Holcomb Manufac- 
turing Company. Indianapolis, Ind. Dusting mop. 
2.347,169 : Apr. 25. 

Bennett, Edward. Aladison, assignor to A. O. Smith Cor- 
poration. Milwaukee, Wis. Induction furnace. 
2,359,285 ; Oct. 3. 

Bennett, Edwin O., assignor to Continental Oil Com- 
pany, Ponca City, Okla. Apparatus for welding pipe 
sections. 2,344,939 : Mar. 28. 

Bennett, Elspetli, Syracuse, N. Y. Educational device 
for demon.strating nutritional food and food ingredient 
comparisons. 2,356,561 ; Aug. 22. 

Bennett, Eugene G., assignor to The Champion Paper and 
Fibre Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Making coated paper. 
2,364,505 ; Dec. 5. 

Bennett, Geoffrey R., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 2,350,321 ; June 6. 

Bennett, Harry, Woodmere, N. Y. Flameproofing. 
2.357,725 ; Sept. 5. 

Bennett Incorporated. (See Kumler, R. W., and Sin- 
clair, assignors.) 

Bennett Incorporated. (See Porter, Rotheous B., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bennett, James A. J., Esher, Surrey, England, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Autogiro Company of 
America. Helicopter and gyroplane. 2,344,967 ; Mar. 
28. 

Bennett, John C. (See Barnhart, R. M., Bennett, and 
Heinmiller.) 

Bennett, Joseph A., assignor to Lynch Corporation, Ander- 
son, Ind. Nonlinear modulating system. 2,355,047 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Jlerion, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stoker. 2,338,311 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Jlerion, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stoker. 2,338,312 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Jlerion, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Engineering Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Stoker. 2,361,736 ; Oct. 31. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merlon, assi.cnor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Engineering Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Water-cooled stoker. 2,361,737 ; Oct. 31. 

Bennett, Loren E. (Si'e Beaulieu, E. J., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Loren E. (See Beaulieu, E. J,, Bennett, and 
AlcCann.) 

Bennett, Racy D., assignor to Vinco Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Sequence valve. 2,347,238 ; Apr. 25. 



Bennett, Racy D., assignor to Vinco Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Hydraulic valve. 2,363,111 ; Nov. 21. 

Bennett, Ralph S., and S. R. Smith, Jr., Pittsfield, Mass., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Electric 
switch. 2,354,907 ; Aug. 1. 

Bennett, Rexford P., Honesdale, Pa., assignor to Clover 
Leaf Manufacturing Co. Spindle and bobbin construc- 
tion. 2.339,372 : Jan. 18. 

Bennett, Richard, Phoenix, Ariz. Fluid meter. 2,352,157 ; 
June 27. 

Bennett, Richard G. (See Haas, P., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Robert M., Ithan, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric circuit breaker. 2,345,375 ,• 
Mar. 28. 

Bennett, Robert M., Ithan, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric air circuit breaker. 2,363,853 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bennett, Thomas R., London, England, assignor to R. Hoe 
& Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Web roll support. 
2,363,112; Nov. 21. 

Bennett, Walter E., Jr. (See Wauson, H. C, and 
Bennett.) 

Bennett, William O., Jr., assignor to Hamilton Watch 
Company, Lancaster, Pa. Heat treating device. 
2,339,136 : Jan. 11. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., assignor to Hamilton Watch 
Company, Lancaster, Pa. Balance wheel. 2,356,911 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., Lancaster Township, Lancaster 
County, assignor to Hamilton Watch Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Spring formation. 2,363,113 ; Nov. 21. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., Lancaster, and E. W. Drescher, 
Manheim, assignors to Hamilton Watch Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Spring processing device. 2,356,912 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Bennewitz, Richard G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to 
Crucible Steel Company of America, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for rolling strip metal. 2,353,288 ; July 11, 

Bennewitz, Richard G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to 
Crucible Steel Company of America, New York, N. Y. 
Method and apparatus for rolling strip metal. 
2,353,289; July 11. 

Bennewitz, Richard G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to 
Crucible Steel Company of America, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for rolling strip metal. 2,353,290 ; July 11. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to 
Kinetic Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Fluoro-halo- 
geno compounds. 2,343,252 ; Mar. 7. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, F. B. Downing, Penns 
Grove, N. J,, and R. J. Plunkett, assignors to Kinetic 
Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. 'Purification of hy- 
drochloric acid. 2,345,696 ; Apr. 4. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, and J. D. Park, as- 
signors to Kinetic Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. 
Fluorine compounds. 2,348,321 ; May 9. 

Benning, Anthony V., Woodstown, N. J., and J. D. Park, 
assignors to Kinetic Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. 
Preparing carbon tetrafluoride. 2,351,390; June 13. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, F. B. Downing, Penns 
Grove, N. J,, and R. J. Plunkott, assignors to Kinetic 
Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Refrigerants and 
making them. 2,365,516 ; Dec. 19. 

Benning, Harvey H., Lincoln Park, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, 
N. Y. Method of and apparatus for measuring cross 
talk. 2,355.776; Aug. 15. 

Benning, Wilbert O., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Pacific Clay Products Company. Feeder. 2,343,521 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Benning, Wilbert O.. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Pacific Clay Products Company. Apparatus for feed- 
ing tiles to spraying machines. 2,347,391 ; Apr. 25. 

Benninghofen, Paul, et al., trustees. (See Waechter, 
Harry J., assignor.) 

Bennington, Clyde, Ferndale, Mich. Double gaff or spur 
as used on pole climbers. 2,357,159 ; Aug. 29. 

Bennion. Leslie H„ and W. A. Smart, Leicester, England, 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem- 
ington, N. J. Counter molding machine. 2,348,105 ; 
May 2. 

Bennison, Ernest W., assignor to Edward E. Johnson, In- 
corporated, St. Paul, Minn, Well screen. 2,346,647 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Benoit. Philip S., Jlethuen, Mass. Slasher brake. 
2,340.921: Feb. 8. 

Benowitz, Aaron, Hicksville, N. Y. Shoelace. 2,344,963 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Bensel-Brice Corporation. (See Bensel, Duryea, assignor.) 

I'ensel-Brice Corporation. (See Ray, Don, assignor.) 

Bensel, Duryea, assignor to Bensel-Brice Corporation, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Preserving food and product. 
2,364,049 ; Dec. 5. 

Bensinger, Cliarles H., Dearborn, Mich. Tool. 2,354,735 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Benson, Arthur A., et al. (See Benson, Ernest H., as- 
signor.) 

Benson, Arthur E., South Attleboro, Mass. Loom feeler 
mechanism. 2,353,540 ; July 11. 

Benson, Edward L., et al. (See Benson, Ernest H., as- 
signor.) 

Benson, Ernest H., Kansas City, Mo. Hinge. 2,365,378 ; 
Dec. 19. 



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Benson, Ernest H., assignor of one-fourth to J. A. Benson, 
onp-fnurtli to A. A. Benson, one-eiKhth to J. E. Benson, 
one-eiglitli to R. H. Benson, one-eighth to W. F. Benson, 
and one-eiglitli to E. L. Benson, K.nnsMS City, Mo. Ex- 
plosion-proof lighting unit. 2, .339, 670 ; Jan. 18. 

Benson, Herbert T., Berkley, Calif. Chair. 2,3C4,050 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Benson, Jesse M., Concord, Tenn. Water pump, 
2,355,698 ; Aug. 15. 

Benson, John, Toledo, Ohio. Method of and apparatus 
for shaping tubing. 2,357,447 ; Sept. 5. 

Ben.son, .Tolin A., et al. (See Benson, Ernest H., as- 
signor.) 

Benson, John E.. et al (See Benson, Ernest H., assignor.) 

Benson, Melvin B., Scotch Plains, assignor to Lidgerwood 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Towing ma- 
chine. 2,352,309 : June 27. 

Benson, Ralph L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Gibson Refrigerator Company, Greenville, Mich. Com- 
pressor. 2,365.673 ; Dec. 26. 

Benson, Robert H., ct al. (See Benson, Ernest H., as- 
signor.) 

Benson, Thomas W., and B. F. Hoffman, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Recovery of tin and similar metals. 2,355,777 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Benson, William F., et al. (See Benson, Ernest H., as- 
signor.) 

Benstein, Meridyth H., et al. (See Lunney, Henry J., 
assignor.) 

Bent, Pianklin A., and G. A. Stenmark, Berkeley, as- 
signors to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Vinyl resin-containing compositions. 2,360,540 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Bent. Leavitt, N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Explosive. 2,362,878 ; Nov. 14. 

Bent, Robert D., Springheld, and C. A. Pines, Upper 
Darby, assignors to The Atlantic Refining Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Desulphurization of hydrocarbon 
oils. 2,340,922 ; Feb. 8. 

Bentley, Cecil N., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to De Luxe Prod- 
ucts Corporation. Oil filter. 2,343,636 ; Mar. 7. 

Bentley, Clarence H., South Gate, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Jlodern Faucet Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Shower head. 2,348.776 ; May 16. 

Bentley. Elmer J. and C. Young, Paterson, N. J. Drilling 
machine. 2.357,627 ; Sept. 5. 

Bentley, Floyd W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Oil burner. 
2.355,945 ; Aug. 15. 

Bentley, Leslie F., assignor to Pye Limited, Cambridge, 
England. Method of and apparatus for heating material 
to perform a machining operation thereon. 2,365,99S ; 
Dec. 26. 

Bentley, William, et al. (See .4nfinson. Anton, assignor.) 

Bently Engineering Company Limited, The. (See Brooks- 
by. E., and Deans, assignors.) 

Benton, Frank W., and A. C. Porterfield, Wilson, N. C. 
Fish holding device. 2.358,682 ; Sept. 19. 

Benton, Roy H., South St. Paul, Minn. Circular saw 
device. 2.349,133 : May 16. 

Bony, George W. (See Calva, Jose B., assignor.) 

Benyak, John A. (Sep Pollard. E. I., and Benyak.) 

Benz, George R., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Refrigerator car heater. 
2,357,575 ; Sept. 5. 

Benz. Lewis W., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Well tool. 2,347,729 ; May 2. 

Benzick, Alexander, Milwaukee, assignor to Nash-ICelvina- 
tor Coi'poration. Kenosha, Wis. Automobile seat. 
2.347,025 : Apr. 18. 

Benzinger, Theodore, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Article 
of manufacture. 2.361,449; Oct. 31. 

Beohm, Earl E. (See Myers, E. E., and Beohm.) 

Berard, Hector R., deceased, by The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass., assignee. Honing machine. 
Re. 22,423; Jan. 25. 

Berejkoff, Anatole P., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Cathode-ray tube and as- 
semblv. 2.354,661 ; Aug. 1. 

Beren, Gottlieb P. (See Schiel, G. A., and Beren.) 

Beretish, William H., and T. A. Campbell, assignors to 
Stewart-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Lubricating 
apparatus. 2.351,909; June 20. 

Berezny. Mischa N., San Francisco, Calif. Grinding 
machine. 2,364,506 ; Dee. 5. 

Berg, Bernhard, New York, N. Y. Pliable reinforced or- 
nament. 2,344,846 ; Mar. 21. 

Berg, Carlton T., assignor to The Photoplating Company, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Sign with animated effect. 
2,355,902 ; Aug. 15. 

Berg, Charles A., Stockholm, S. Dak. Combined door 
check and closer. 2,353.384 ; July 11. 

Berg, Egon G., and M. Ovestrud, assignors to Pioneer 
Engineering Works, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Hydrau- 
lic level control for mixing machines. 2,348,879 ; May 
16. 

Berg, Egon G., and M. Overstrud, assignors to Pioneer 
Engineering Works, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Binder 
feeding attachments for mixing machines. 2,348,880 : 
May 16. 

Berg, Egon G., and BI. Ovestrud, assignors to Pioneer 
Engineering Work.s, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Pump- 
ing and feeding mechanism for mixing machines. 
2,350,715 ; June 6. 



Berg, Gustav, Glasgow. Scotland, assignor of one-half to 
E. Low-Beer, "Sunnyside," Melrose, Roxburghshire, 
Knglaud. Blanket. 2,357,164 ; Aug. 29. 

Berg, Harold I., et al. (See Frost, Roy H.. assignor.) 

Berg, Herbert and H. Mader, Burgliausen, Oberbayern, 
Germany ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. 
Preparation of synthetic resins. 2,356,562; Aug. 22. 

Berg, James R., Chicago, 111. Emulsion printing ink. 
2,357,927 ; Sept. 12. 

Berg. Louis B., assignor to Borg-Warner Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Centrifugal clamp. 2,345,786 ; Apr. 4. 

Berg, Louis B., assignor to Verson Allsteel Press Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Piston and connecting-rod assem- 
bly. 2,360,642 ; Oct. 17. 

Berg, Louis B., Chicago, and F. A. Stuhlman, Forest Park, 
assignors to Boig-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Blank-handling apparatus. 2,349,600 ; May. 23. 

Berg, Martin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ink blotter. 2,364,773 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Bergamini, Charles E., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to 
Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Ethyl 
cellulose emulsions. 2,356,025 ; Aug. 15. 

Berge, Godshalk, assignor to Johnson Laboratories, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. High frequency core material and cores 
and making said materials. 2,339,137; Jan. 11. 

Bergel, Franz. Welwyn Garden City, assignor to Roche 
Products Limited, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, 
England. Bromination of ketones. 2,355,410; Aug. 8. 

Bergel, Franz, Welwyn Garden City, assignor to Roche 
Products Limited, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, 
England. Manufacture of keto-alcohol acetates. 
2,358,018; Sept. 19. 

Bergen, Daniel E., Phillips, Tex., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Lubricant. 2,343,393 ; Mar. 7. 

Berger, Andrew H., and A. S. Pinsker, assignors to D. 
Berger, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sheet metal duct. 2,359,725 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Berger, David. (See Berger, A. H., and Pinsker, as- 
signors.) 

Berger, George C, Waubun, Minn. Land mine. 2,351,474 ; 
June 13. 

Berger, Henry G. (See Waldo, P. G., Goodloe, and 
Berger.) 

Berger, Henry G., B. M. Nygaard, and H. S. Angel, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Recovery of phenols. 
2,342,386 ; Feb. 22. 

Berger, Henry G., and P. M. Goodloe, Woodbury, N. J., 
assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorpo- 
rated. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 2,355,778 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Berger, Henry G., E. M. Nygaard, and H. S. Angel, 
Woodbury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil 
Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Recovery of 
phenols. 2,357,252 ; Aug. 29. 

Berger, Herbert R., Brooklyn, assignor to Mizzv. Inc., 
New - York, N. Y. Dental instrument. 2,349,607 ; 
May 23. 

Berger, Herman, Bronx, N. Y. Aluminum subacetate- 
producing composition. 2,360,388 ; Oct. 17. 

Berger, Hermann. (See Lopp, E.. Zinke, and Berger.) 

Berger, John L., Columbia, assignor to Armstrong Cork 
Company, Lancaster, Pa. Method and apparatus for 
shaping and shearing sheet materials. 2,351,475 ; June 
13. 

Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Pin retainer latch for fair- 
leaders. 2,362,531 : Nov. 14. 

Berger, Susannah, n6e Keresztes, Budapest, Hungary; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Apparatus for 
the production of decoctions, especially tea or coffee. 
2.344,386 ; Mar. 14. 

Bergeron, Alvin W. (See Croft, C. M., Bergeron, and 
Dodge.) 

Berggren, Ralph E. (See Koyal, R. R., Hayes, Berggren, 
and Temple.) 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burk- 
hardt, Berlin-Grunewald, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Purification of gases. 2,342,784 ; 
Feb. 29. 

Berghoff, Frank P., La Fayette, Ind. Latch mechanism. 
2,346,656 ; Apr. 18. 

Bergholm, Harry K., Stockholm, Sweden. Refrigeration. 
2,363,771 ; Nov. 28. 

Bergin, William M., Granville, and A. L. Simison, Newark, 
Ohio, assignors to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corpora- 
tion. Mineral wool treating material. 2,351,802 ; June 
20. 

Minocqua, Wis. Cable puller. 



A., Birmingham, Ala. Valve. 



Shoe. 2,347,762 ; 



Bergman, Carl R., 

2,339,671 ; .Tan. 18. 
Bergman, Charles 

2,360,389; Oct. 17. 
Bergman, Gus E., Columbus, Nebr. 

May 2. 

Bergman, Jay. et al. (See Mehl, Fred J., assignor.) 
Bergman, Melvin R. (See Eastman, Harold G., as- 
signor.) 
Bergman, Raymond W., Lockport, assignor to The Scholl 

Mfg. Co., Inc., Chicago, 111. Sanitizing device. 

2,350,091 ; May 30. 
Bergman, Sidney D., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Burndy 

Engineering Company, Inc. Pin connection. 2,343,522 ; 

IMar. 7. 
Bergman, Simon, New York, N. Y. Vehicle seat. 

2,346,895 ; Apr. 18. 



LIST OF PATENTEJES 



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Bergmann, Ernst R., Evergreen Park, assignor to Good- 
man iManufacturing Coiupany, Chicago, 111. Shaker 
conveyer. 2.341,074: Feb. 8. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., Evergreen Park, assignor to Gooc- 
man Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Drive 
mechanism for shaker conveyers. 2,342,241 ; Feb. 22. 

Bergmann, Ernst K., Evergreen Park, as^^ignor to Goodman 
Manufactuiing Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker con- 
veyer. 2.347 074; Apr. 18. 

Bergmann, Richard F. (See Fryer, L. S., and Berg- 
mann.) 

Bergstedt, Karl A., Lindesberg, Sweden. Pulsator, and 
more particularly pulsator for milking machines. 
2.350,508 ; Oct. 3. 

Bergstein, Frank D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Moistureproofing 
(vllulosic slieets. 2.3()3.28y ; Nov. 21. 

Bergstrom, Carl P., Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, iMass. Pattern mech- 
anism for looms. 2,357.448 ; Sept. 5. 

Bergstrom, Carl P., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Bobbin selector for 
weft replenishing looms. 2,358,905 ; Sept. 26. 

Bergstrom, Carl P., Millbury, and O. V. Payne, Leicester, 
assignors to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, 
Worcester, Mass. Indexing machine. 2,358,904 ; Sept. 
26. 

Bergstrom, Herman A., Albany, N. Y., and W. V. Wirth, 
Woodstown, N. J., assignors to E. I du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del Manufacturing 
1,3-isoquinolinediols. 2,351,391 ; June 13. 

Bergtold, Fritz, Kiel, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Loop antenna with iron core. 
2.350,211 ; May 30. 

Bergvall, Royal C, Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East "Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Control system. 2,347.026 ; Apr. 18. 

Bergvall, Royal C., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Electrical distribution system. 2,359,079 ; Sept. 
26. 

Berhenke, Luther F. (See Britton, E. C, and Berhenke.) 

Berhenke, Luther F., E. Monroe, and E. C. Britton, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Preparation of coumarin-3-carboxylic acid. 2,338,569 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Berigan, Leroy G., Madison, Wis., assignor to Ray-0- 
Vac Company. Leak-proof dry cell. 2,360,541 : Oct. 
17. 

Beringer, Roscoe, assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Clutch. 2,341,075 ; Feb. 8. 

Berk, F. W., and Company. (See Syers, Roland, as- 
signor.) 

Berk, F. W., and Company Limited. (See Six, Charles 
G., assignor.) 

Berke, Joseph D., New York, N. Y. External fixation of 
bone fractures. 2,362,741 ; Nov. 14. 

Berkeley, Frederick D. (See Graham, H. M., and Berke- 
ley.) 

Berkenbosch, Rinke. (See Hoeffelman, J. M., and Berken- 
bosch.) 

Berkey, William E., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Electric discharge device. 2,365,517 ; Dec. 
19. 

Berkey, William E., Forest Hills, and W. H. Cuttino, 
Wilkinsburg, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric 
discharge device. 2,365.518 : Dec. 19. 

Berlcley .Machine V.'orks and Foundry Company, luc. 
(See Jones, Samuel G., assignor.) 

Berkman, Boris, assignor to Milkweed Products Develop- 
ment Corporation, Chicago, 111. Ginning ' milkweed. 
2.362.965 : Nov. 21. 

Berkowitz Envelope Company. (See Berkowitz, Eugene 
B., assignor.) 

Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Envelope or similar con- 
tainer for use in connection with C. O. D. actions. 
2,347,075 ; Apr. 18. 

Berl, Ernst and W. G., Pittsburgh. Pa. Highly substituted 
acetone-soluble cellulose acetate. 2,346,350 : Apr. 11. 

Berl, Ernst and W. G., Pittsburgh, Pa. Making am- 
monium salts of aromatic compounds. 2,350,322 ; 
June 6. 

Berl, Walter G. (See Berl, Ernst and W. G.) 

Berlek, Josef, Radenthein, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Producing sorel cements. 
2.344,387 ; Mar. 14. 

Berlin, Donovan R. (See Flader, F. E., and Berlin.) 

Berliner, Gustave E. (See Jacobs, Harry A., assignor.) 

Berliner, Herbert S., Westmount, Quebec, Canada. Sound 
recording apparatus. 2,350,490 ; June 6. 

Berliner, Julius F. T., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Wood seasoning 
process. 2,346,286 ; Apr. 11. 

Berliner, Jlartin, and A. Matlas, New York, N. Y. Writ- 
ing device. 2,359,195; Sept. 26. 

Berman, Alex, Louisville, Ky. Aerial fence. 2,345,550 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Berman, Joseph. (See Mestel, N., and Berman.) 

Berman, Louis, Evansville, Ind. Pin game lift. 2,356,913 ; 
Aug. 29. 



Berman, Martin E., Franklin, Pa., assignor to Joy Manu- 
facturing Company. Overload relay. 2,356,373 ; Aug. 
22. 

Bernal, Maurice V., assignor of one-half to J. Turner, 
Merced, Calif. Street cleaner. 2,361,909 ; Nov. 7. 

Bernard, Arthur A. (See Hasse. F. C., and Bernard.) 

Bernard, Arthur A., Chicago, 111. Electrode holder for 
welding apparatus. 2,364,507 ; Dec, 5. 

Bernard, Arthur A., Chicago, 111. Welding electrode 
holder. 2,364,508 ; Dec. 5. 

Rernarde, Henry L. (See Rights, H. T., Bernarde, and 
Altman.) 

Bernai'di. Dominic J. (See Gessler. A. E., and Bernardi.) 

Bernard!, Dominic J., Bronx, assignor to Interchemleal 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Printing ink. 2,348,594 ; 
May 9. 

Beruat, Henri, Bordeaux, Prance; vested in the Allen 
Property Custodian. Process and product for overcom- 
ing the cryptogamic diseases of plants. 2,356,299 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Berne-Allen, Allan, Jr., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Stabilization of vinyl esters. 2.343,950 ; Mar. 14. 

Berne-Allen, Allan, Jr., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to 
E. 1. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Stabilization of vinyl esters. 2,351,658 ; June 20. 

Berner, Leo, San Jose, assignor to Wooldridge iManufac- 
turing Company, Sunnyvale, Calif. Winch construc- 
tion. 2,344,587 ; Mar. 21. 

Bernhardt, Eugen O,, and W. Bischoff, Jena, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Hardness test- 
ing instrument. 2,355,411 ; Aug. 8. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, and J. O. Reinecke, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to J. F. Barnes, as trustee. Clamp for 
blankets and the like. Re. 22,493; June 13. 

Bernheim, Daniel P. (See Tillyer, E. D., Silverberg, and 
Bernheim.) 

Bernheim, Daniel P., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,355.048 : Aug. 8. 

Bernheim, Daniel P., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting, 
2.361,910 : Nov. 7. 

Bernheim, Daniel P., Southbridge, and M. M. Glasberg, 
Revere, assignors to American Optical Company, South- 
bridge, Mass. Eye protection means. 2,359,743 ; Oct. 
10. 

Berninger, Kenneth L. (See Martin, T. B., and Bernin- 
ger.) 

Bernity Furnace Appliance Company. (See Nygaard, O., 
and Schroder, assignors.) 

Berno, Edward H., Plymouth, Mich. Brake mechanism. 
2,347,239 : Apr. 25. 

Bernstein, Herbert H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one- 
half to Kalmus-Golden, Inc. Weight action for chair 
backs. 2,343,739 ; Mar. 7. 

Bernstein, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Making button and 
buttonhole strips for plackets. 2,342,509 ; Feb, 22. 

Bernstein, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Shoe tree. 2,362,237 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Bernstein, Max, et al. (See Casciani, Romildo, assignor.) 

Bernstein, Seymour. (See Wallis, E. S., and Bernstein.) 

Bernstein, V/ilburn F., Brookfield, and S. M. Lillis, as- 
signors to Victor Manufacturing & Gasket Company, 
Chicago, 111. Gasket. 2.349,235 : IMay 23. 

Bernzott, Hugo. (See Moomaw, L. H., and Bernzott.) 

Berquist, Leonard G., Niles, Mich. Driving unit for 
boats. 2,338.796 ; Jan. 11. 

Berquist, Leonard G., assignor to National Standard Com> 
pany, Niles, Mich. Wire plating apparatus. 2,338,795 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Berridge, Thomas W., Woburn, Mass. Tape dispenser. 
2,364.051 ; Dec. 5. 

Berry, Carl D. (See Mayne, R., and Berry.) 

Berr.y, Clyde F., Manchester, N. H. Engine valve mech- 
anism. 2,344,847: Mar. 21. 

Berry, Earl E. (See Goodwillie, J. E., and Berry.) 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Wis. Apparatus for making tissue type paper 
2,340,103: Jan. 25. 

Berry, Earl E., and L. Hornbostel, assignors to Beloit Iron 
Works, Beloit, Wis. Stock feed for paper making ma- 
chines. 2,344,281 ; Mar. 14. 

Berry, Earl E., and L. Hornbostel, assignors to Beloit 
Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. Stock inlet for paper making 
machines. 2.344,282; Mar. 14. 

Berry, Frederick W., Woodford Green, England. Device 
for locking nuts or like threaded members on bolt 
shanks. 2,361,814 ; Oct. 31. 

Berry, Henry, & Company Limited. (See Corin, Philip 
G., assignor.) 

Berry, Herbert C, Chicago. 111. Box. 2,341,308: Feb. 8. 

Berry, Herbert C, Chicago, 111. Box. 2,361,079; Oct. 
24. 

Berry, John K., Southam, near Rugby, assignor to 
Courtaulds Limited, London, England. Reel. 2,356,026 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Berry, LeRoy E., Stockton, Calif. Dry cleaning machine. 
2,346,648 : Apr. 18. 

Berry, Mitchell M., assignor to Boeing Aircraft Com- 
pany, Seattle, Wash. Boost control valve. 2,360,542 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Berry, Pierre F., U. S. Army, New York, N. Y. Sight. 
2,364,055 ; Dec. 5. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Berry, K. S. (See Owen, Herbert L., assignor.) 

Berry, Russell, Royal Oak, Mich. Sash balance. 
2,353,630; July 18. 

Berry, Virgil, Okmulgee, Okla. Photographic mask. 
2,342,525 ; Feb. 22. 

Berry, Wallace b., assignor to Nash-Kelvinator Corpora- 
tion, Kenosha, Wis. Steering gear. 2,344,848 ; Mar. 
21. 

Berryman, Elmer H. (See Lindsey, Ernest E., assignor.) 

Berst-Porster-Dixfleld Company. (See Montague, Stephen 
F., assignor.) 

Berstler, Carl E., Reading, Pa. Spark plug. 2,360,390 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Bersuder, John E. (See Waldie, W. A., and Bersuder.) 

Bersworth, Frederick C., Verona, assignor to The Martin 
Dennis Company, Newark, N. J. Rubber-amine reac- 
tion products. 2,364,186 ; Dec. 5. 

Bersworth, Frederick C, Verona, N. J., and M. Omansky, 
Brookline, Mass., assignors, by direct and mesne as- 
signments, to The Martin Dennis Company, Newark, 
N. J. Vulcanization of rubber. 2,364,052 ; Dec. 5. 

Bertalan, Edward, Glenarm, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. As- 
sembling apparatus. 2,355,833 ; Aug. 15. 

Bertalan, Edward, Glenarm, and D. M. Taggart, Ruxton, 
Md., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Telephone substation appa- 
ratus. 2,343,442 ; Mar. 7. 

Bertelsen, Valdemar. (See Handy, A. E., and Bertelsen.) 

Bertetti, John W., Galveston, Tex. Automatic sampler. 
2,349,403 ; May 23. 

Bertherman, Sidney J., Chepachet, R. I., assignor to 
Ij. & B. Jewelry Manufacturing Company. Chain. 
2,344,455 ; Mar. 14. 

Berthold, Walter K., Rockville, assignor to Hartford-Em- 
pire Company, Plartford, Conn. Glassware transferring 
and conveying apparatus. 2.355,036 ; Aug. 1. 

Berthold, Wolf, Weehawken, and W. W. Eea, Chatham, 
N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Method of and apparatus for 
controlling spooling motors. 2,353.639 ; July 18. 

Bertino, Ida W., Sacramento, Calif. Secret panel bathing 
cap. 2,341,897 ; Feb. 15. 

Bertoldo, Joseph M., Maiden, and H. S. Gregor, Somer- 
ville, Mass. Work-holding clamp. 2,363,383 ; Nov. 21. 

Bertram, Edward A., Mount Vernon, and D. E\ilton, 
Flushing, assignors to The Lummus Company, New 
York, N. Y. Heat exchange. 2,345,319 : Mar. 28. 

Bertram, John, & Sons, Co. Limited, The. (See Knutzen, 
Max T., sissignor.) 

Bertrfin, Edward M., Jackson Heights, assignor to Brew- 
ster Aeronautical Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. 
Dive bombing airplane. 2.362,345 ; Nov. 7. 

BertrSn, Edward M., Flushing, and M. Sokol, assignors 
to Brewster Aeronautical Corporation, Long Island 
City, N. Y. Airplane wing gun mount. 2,364,509. 
Dec. 5. 

Bertrdn, Edward M., Jackson Heights, and R. N. Lesnick, 
Brooklyn, assignors to Brewster Aeronautical Corpora- 
tion, Long Island City, N. Y. Gun ammunition maga- 
zine. 2,364,510 ; Dec. 5. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Ma- 
chine for making incisions in soles. 2,347,247 : Apr. 
25. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, Rabenstein, near Chemnitz, Germany, 
assignor to American Hyalsol Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Higher molecular alcohols. 2,344,671 ; Mar. 21. 

Bertsch, Heinrich, Rabenstein, near Chemnitz, Germany, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to The Hydronapthene 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Sulphated amide wet- 
ting, detergent, and sudsing agents. 2,355,503 ; Aug. 8. 

Bertsch, Johann A., deceased, by Manufacturers Bank & 
Trust Company of St. Louis, executor, St. Louis, Mo. 
Catalyst carrier. 2,349,844 ; May 30. 

Bertsch, Johann A., deceased, by the Manufacturers' 
Bank and Trust Company of St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo., 
executor. Apparatus for filling gas balloons and air- 
ships with light gases. 2,362,966; Nov. 21. 

Berwald, William B. (See Miller, H. C, Borwald, and 
Taliaferro.) 

Bescherer, Palmer, assignor to York Safe and Lock Com- 
pany, York, Pa. Door for bomb and gas resisting 
shelters, buildings, and the like. 2,350,981 ; June 13. 

Beskin, Gerald S., Minneapolis, assignor of one-half to 
F. O. Kuehn, Sr., St. Paul Minn. Bottle carrier. 
2,348,187 ; May 9. 

Besler, Eduard, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, as- 
signor to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New Y^ork, 
N. Y. Lenco sulphuric acid esters of the anthraquinone 
series. 2,347,027 ; Apr. 18. 

Bess, Cornelius G., V. S. Army, Geiger Field, Wash. Gar- 
ment hanger. 2,354,099 ; July 18. 

Bessire, Jeon J., Iniperia, Italy ; vested in tlie Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian. Escape boat for submarines. 
2,348,777 ; May 16. 

Best, Albert A., Los Angeles, Calif. Combined illumi- 
nating and viewing device. 2,358,203 ; Sept. 12. 

Best, Cyril. (See Molins, D. W., and Best.) 

Best, Cyril. (See Molins, D. W., Best, and Powell.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Borkowski, C. J., and 
Schille, assignors.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Neal, Ralph H., assignor.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Schaub, Jacob, assignor.) 



Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Vahlteich, H. W., and Neal, 
assignors.) 

Best, Frank A., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Buckle. 
2,362.982; Nov. 21. 

Best, Frank A., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Reflecting 
device for signs and the like. 2,365,447 ; Dec. 19. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,345,448 ; Mar. 
28. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,351,803 ; June 20. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, lud. Roller bearing. 
2,355,843 ; Aug. 15. 

Best, Frank S., Red Bank, N. J. Machine screw nut. 
2,358,783; Sept. 26. 

Bestian, Herbert. (See Pense, W., and Bestian.) 

Bestian, Herbert, Frankfort-on-the-JIain-Hoechst, Ger- 
many ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. N,N- 
(alpha-beta-alkylene)-acetamides and preparing them. 
2,339,046 ; Jan. 11. 

Bestian, Herbert, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and E. Bock, 
Krefeld-Uerdingen, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Adhesives comprising the reaction 
products of isocyanates with alkylene imines and using 
the same. 2,360,192; Oct. 10. 

Beswick, Emmett II. (See Stine, S. S.. and Beswick.) 

Beswick, William, Birmingham, Ala. Drawing rolls for 
Spinning machines. 2,348,202 ; May 9. 

Beswick, William, Birmingham, Ala. Long draft draw- 
ing roll. 2,359,610 ; Oct. 3. 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Anderson, Arvid B., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Creighton, James A., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Dolan, Francis D., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Epstein, Samuel, as- 
signor. ) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hammeren, Hans, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Herty, Charles H., Jr., 
assignor.) „ ^ 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hess, Lawrence J., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Jordan, Wilfred M., 
assignor.) ,„ 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Joy, Robert F., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Klein, C. J., Rieger, 
and Duncan, assignors.) .,^ „ j 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kloinschmidt, R. V., and 
Washken, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kraner, Hobart M., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Mills, Kenneth N., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Moore, Allen S., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Ncwburg, Edward C, 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Portuondo, Aurelio, 
assignor.) . 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See White, William E., as- 
signor. ) . , 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Wilson, Tom, assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Winkler, Louis H., as- 

Bethune,' Samuel A., U. S. Army, and E. G. Comstock, 
Prince George County, Va. Shuttle case bearing. 
2,348,718 : May 16. ^ „^ ^ 

Better Packages, Inc. (See Ivrueger, A. P., and West, 
assignors.) 

Better Packages Incorporated. (See Krueger, Theodore 
H., assignor.) 

Bettini, David J., assignor to Locke Insulator Corpora- 
tion, Baltimore, Md. Cutting tool. 2,341,309 ; Feb. 8. 

Bettis, Irvin H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Hughes 
Tool Company, Houston, Tex. Tool joint with double 
tapered socket. 2,345,725 ; Apr. 4. 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consoliated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 
Starting switch for electrical discharge lamps. 
2 356 812 • Aug. 29. 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 
Starting switch for electrical discharge lamps. 
2,356,813 ; Aug. 29. 

Beutel, Carl, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for musical In- 
struction. 2,352,597 ; July 4. 

Beutel, Ralph H. (See Stevens, J. R., and Beutel.) 

Beutex Corporation. (See Klein, E. F., and Yates, as- 
signors.) 

Bevarly, Henry W. (See Miller, B. DeH., and Bevarly.) 

Beverlin, Robert S. (See Hall, E. A., and Beverlin.) 

Beverlin, Robert S., assignor to The Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Grinding tool. 2,338,484 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Beverlin, Robert S., assignor to The Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Grinding valve seats and simi- 
lar areas. 2,363,384; Nov. 21. 

Beyer, Charles M., Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electrical terminal and making it. 2,338,485 ; Jan. 4. 



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Beyer, Charles M., Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electrical device, 2,3G0,4G7 ; Oct. 17. 

Beyer, Fred \V. (See Thonia, W. K,, and Beyer.) 

Beyer, Herman F. (See Knocliol, \V. J., and Beyer.) 

Beyerstedt, Pred J., Blainfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Catalytic all<ylation. 
2,363,222; Nov, 21. 

Bezborodko, David, New York, N. Y. Paper ring mirror 
2,341,590 ; Feb. 15. 

Bezborodko, David, and C. Zucker, Nice, France ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian. Combined machine 
for surface grinding and polishing glass and other 
materials. 2,341,524 ; Feb. 15. 

Bialosky, Jerome M. (See Merlub-Sobel, M., and 
Bialoskv, ) 

Bibb, Carlisle H. (See Palmer. R. C, and Bibb.) 

Bibolini, Aldo, Turin, Italy ; vested in the Alien Property 
Custodian. Wet grind ball mill. 2,338,308 ; .Tan. 4. 

Bichowsky, Francis E., Detroit, Mich. Refrigeration. 
2,345,651 ; Apr. 4. 

Bichowsky, Francis R., Washington, D. C. Heating and 
cooling. 2.305.797 ; Dee. 26. 

Bickle, Harry M., Heston, England, assignor to Fram 
Corporation, East Providence, R. I. Dipstick gauge. 
2,343,168 ; Feb. 29. 

Bickley, Everett H., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Apparatus for 
producing third dimensional motion pictures. 2,350,441 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bickuell, George M,, assignor to Carter Carburetor Cor- 
poration, St, Louis, Mo. Carburetor. 2,362,879 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Bicknell, George M., St. Louis, Mo., and O. Henning, De- 
troit, Mich., assignors to Carter Carburetor Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor. 2,341,685 ; Feb. 15. 

Bicknell, George R., Antioch, 111., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. 
Ironing shirts. 2,355,699 : Aug. 15. 
' Bicknell, George R., Antioch, and F. A. Heidenfelder, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to The American Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. Collar protecting 
hood and spray dampener for presses. 2,338,087 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Bicknell, George R., Antioch, and F. A. Heidenfelder, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to The American Laundry Ma- 
chinery Companv, Norwood, Ohio. Sleeve press. 

2.305.448 ; Dec. 19. 

Bicknell, George R., Antioch, and F. A. Heidenfelder, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to The American Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. Sleeve press. 

2.305.449 ; Dec. 19. 

Biddle, James G., Company. (See Boehm, Paul F., as- 
signor.) 

Bidwell, Earl E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to W. P 
Innes, Jr., Wichita, Kans. Hose clamp. 2,339,759 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Bidwell, George L., Riegelsville, Pa., assignor to Riegel 
Paper Corporation, New York, N. Y. Treating fibrous 
pulp. 2,339,453; Jan. 18. 

Biefeld. Karl. Bad Freienwalde. Oder. Germany ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian. Manufacture of non- 
metallic electrical resistance materials. 2,340,506 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Biehl, Peter. (See Watter, M., and Biehl.) 

Bien, Israel, San Francisco, Calif. Ventilating device for 
sewing machines, 2,341,898 ; Feb. 15. 

Bierd, Richard E., Seattle. Wash. Splitting shakes and a 
macliine therefor. 2.305.932 ; Dec. 26. 

Bierenfeld, Josef. (See Van Valkenburg, H. L., and 
Bierenfeld.) 

Bierenfeld, Josef, Shorewood, Wis., assignor to Square D 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Push button switch and 
mounting. 2.363.8.54 ; Nov. 28. 

Bierenfeld, Josef, Shorewood, Wis., and L. G. Maechtlen, 
San Marino, Calif., assignors to Square D Company, 
Detroit. Mich. Electric switch. 2,352,765 ; July 4. 

Bieret. Frederick P., Allentown, Pa. Apparatus for pre- 
serving perishable products. 2,342,998 ; Feb. 29. 

Bierly, Nevin R., Avenel, N. J., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Metal Companv. Limited, New Y'ork, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing splc^nium. 2,.349.697 ; May 23. 

Bierman, William A., Pittsburgh, and S. Simonson, But- 
ler, Pa., assignors to O. C. Duryea Corporation, Wil- 
mington, Del. Car construction. 2,345,652 ; Apr. 4. 

Biermann, William A. (See Johnson, R. W., and Bier 
mann.) 

Biermann, William A. (See Johnson, R. W., Biermann, 
and Pawolsky. ) 

Biermann, William A. (See Pawelsky, V. R., and Bier- 
mann.) 

Bies, Clarence C, Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Gas analysis and combus- 
tion chamber therefor. 2,364,940 ; Dec. 12. 
Bigelow, Charles G. (See Fox, G., Callow, and Blgelow.) 
Bigelow, Newell M. (Sep Lubs, H. A., and Bigelow.) 
Blgelow, Roy S., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading station for shuttle 
cars. 2,354,360 ; July 25. 
Bigelow, Roy S,, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Coal mine haulage vehicle. 
2,359,889 ; Oct. 10. 
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Dow, J. N., and Dil- 
dilian, assignors.) 



Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Garrity, Spencer S., 
assignor.) 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Rcnoh, Harry D., as 
signer.) 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Hopkins, G. E., 
Dow, and I'eters, assignors.) 

Bigger, Kicliard P. (See Robinson, J. E., and Bigger.) 

Biggie, Laurence C, Altedona, assignor to General Con- 
trols Co., Glendale, Calif. Electromagnetically con- 
trolled device. 2,343,861 ; Mar. 14. 

Biggs, Burnard S., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Manufacture of esters of mononitriles of dicarboxylic 
acids. 2,339,672 ; Jan. 18. " 

Biggs, Burnard S., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Tetrachloro fluorotolnene. 2,361,590 ; Oct. 31. 

Biggs, Burnard S., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Pentamethyl fluorobenzene. 2,361,591 ; Oct. 31. 

Biggs, Burnard S., S. O. Morgan, Summit, aud A. H. 
White, East Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Dielectric 
materials and electrical apparatus containing them. 
2,362,428 ; Nov. 7. 

Biggs, Orrick H., Beverly, and .T, L. Cox, Danvevs, Mass., 
assignors to Sylvania Electric Products Inc. Ultravio- 
let fluorescent lamp. 2,355,258 ; Aug. 8. 

Biggs, Orrick H., Beverly, and C. F. MacCarthy, Salem, 
Mass., assignors to Sylvania Electric Products Inc. 
Fluorescent lamp fixture. 2,358,784 ; Sept, 26. 

Bigley, William J,, Jr., Weehawken, N. J. Tank. 
2,353,122 ; July 11. 

Bignell, Edward, assignor to E. C. Bignell, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Apparatus for sinking piles. 2.354,930 ; Aug. 1. 

Bignell, Emma C. (See Bignell, Edward, assignor.) 

Bikkers, Alexander, The Hague, Netherlands ; vested Ju 
the Alien Property Custodian. Absorption machine con- 
taining an inert auxiliary gas. 2,354,982 ; Aug. 1. 

Bilde, Tord E. D., Ulvsunda, assignor to Bolinder's 
Fabriks Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. Spraying de- 
vice. 2,358,377 ; Sept. 19. 

Bilek, Frank J., assignor to The Globe Company, Chicago, 
111, Apparatus for use in cooling offal and the like. 
2,302,532 ; Nov. 14. 

Bilek, Frank J., and F. Plecki, assignors, by mesne as.^ign- 
ments, to The Globe Company, (formerly Gambill Mo- 
tor Company, Inc.), Chicago, 111. Barrel truck. 
2,340,049 ; Apr. IS. 

Bilhuber, E., Inc. (See Hildebrandt, Gustav, assignor.) 

Bilhuber, Paul H., Douglas Manor, assignor to Steinway 
& Sons, New York, N. Y. Operating means for piano 
actions. 2,338,992 ; Jan. 11. 

Bilhuber, Paul H,, Douglas Manor, assignor to Steinway 
& Sons, New York, N. Y. Piano pin block. 2,339,752 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Biller, David J., assignor to Day-Brite Lighting, Inc., 
St. Louis, Mo. Fluorescent lighting fixture. 2,342,570 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Billger, Alonzo E,, Indianapolis, Ind. Spring collet tool- 
holder. 2,359,286 ; Oct. 3. 

Billing, Wyly M., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Adhesive composition. 
2,357,073 ; Aug. 29. 

Billings, Howard J., South Acton, Mass., , assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Industrial Tape Corporation, 
New Brunswick, N. J. Primer. 2,340,298 ; Feb. 1. 

Billings, John H., Merlon Golf Heights, Pa. Coupler. 
2,355.042 ; Aug. 8. 

Billings, Roy O., Milwaukee, Wis. Truck crane. 2,365,167 ; 
Dee. 19. 

Billings, Roy O., Milwaukee, Wis. Turntable for cranes 
or the like. 2,365,168 ; Dec. 19. 

Billings, Roy O., Milwaukee, Wis. Vehicle outrigger. 
2,365,169 ; Dec. 19. 

Billington, Emil J., assignor to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Presser foot for sewing ma- 
chines. 2,341,686 ; Feb. 15. 

Billington, Emil J., assignor to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Rotary hook for sewing ma- 
chines, 2,352,598 ; July 4. 

Billman, Henry E., and C. E. Glassen, St. Louis, Mo., and 
F. X. Muenzer, assignors to The Multiplex Concrete Ma- 
chinery Company, Elmore, Ohio. Concrete block ma- 
chine. 2,341,012 ; Feb. 8. 

Bills, Ira E., and W. B. Patey, Dalton, Ga. Skip stitch 
machine. 2,346,467 ; Apr. 11. 

Bilofsky, Maxwell. (See Glass, John P. Jr., assignor.) 

Bilofsky, Maxwell M. (See Babb, Maynard A., assignor.) 

Bilofsky, Maxwell M. (See Warsher, Adolph, assignor.) 

Bilofsky, Maxwell M. (See Warsher, A., and Babb, as- 
signors.) 

Bilofsky, Maxwell M. (See Whlttaker, John D., as- 
signor.) 

Bimmerman, Harry G., Wilmington, Del., and A. L. Fox, 
Woodstown, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Treatment of 
molds and compositions therefor. 2,356,814 ; Aug. 29. 

Binder. Adolph E.. Spokane, Wash. Grate bar. 2,365,933 ; 
Dee. 26. 

Binder, Charles P., Cranford, assignor to Lidgerwood 
Manufacturing Company, Linden, N. J. Telemotor 
system. 2,348.323 ; May 9 



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Binder, Eugen, Berlin, Germany ; vested in ttie Alien 
Property Custodian. Electrically operated control de- 
vice. 2,347.590 ; Apr. 25. 

Binder, William O. (See Franks, R., and Binder.) 

Bindschedler, Theodore S., Grosse Pointe, and C. K. Davis, 
Mount Clemens, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Magnetic Products Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Mag- 
netic testing device. 2,351,595 ; June 20. 

Biner, George M., I.,os Angeles, Calif. Filling apparatus. 
2,351,392; .Tune 13. 

Bingham, Arthur. (See Molins, D. W., Ruau, and Bing- 
ham.) 

Bingham, Arthur E., assignor to Dowty Equipment Limited, 
Cheltenham, England. Damping valve for resilient sus- 
pension devices. 2,356,563 ; Aug. 22. 

Bingham, Charles K., Davenport, Iowa. Vehicle hitch. 
2,350,579 ; June 6. 

Bingham, David W., Middle Brighton, Victoria, Australia. 
Food or like pump. 2,343,523 ; Mar. 7. 

Bingham, George 11., Jr., Lincoln, assignor to Cambridge 
Kubber Company, Cambridge, Mass. Lifesaving appara- 
tus. 2,362,902 ; Nov. 14. 

Bingley, l<'rank J., Chestnut Hill, assignor to Philco Ra- 
dio and Television Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Re- 
ducing disturbances in concentric lines. 2,338,399 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Bingley, Frank J., Chestnut Hill, assignor to Philco Radio 
and Television Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Alter- 
nate carrier television system. 2,347,248 : Apr. 25. 

Binkley, Robert L., assignor to O. S. Petty, San Antonio, 
Tex. Method for use in earth drilling operations. 
2,365,858; Dec. 26. 

Binkley, Stephen B. (See Thayer, S. A., Biukley, McICee, 
MacCorquodale, and Doisy.) 

Binks, Melvin J., River Forest, assignor to J. H. Kecney 
& Co., Inc., Chicago, 111. Skill testing game. 
2,347,657 ; May 2. 

Binneweg, Abraham, Jr., Oakland, Calif. Radio tube vcith 
flattened elements. 2,343,849 ; Mar. 7. 

Binneweg, Abraham, Jr., Oakland, Calif. Radio with 
vacuum chamber. 2. ,354,908 : Aug. 1. 

Binney, Eric A., Curly Hill, assignor to The English Elec- 
tric Company Limited, London, ' England. Driving 
means for electrically propelled vehicles. 2,353,436 ; 
July 11. 

Binney and Smith Company. (See Vogel, M. R., and 
Snyder, assignors.) 

Binney & Smith Co. (See Wiegand, W. B., and Venuto. 
assignors.) 

Biow, Jesse M., New York, N. Y. Photographic display. 
2,360,099; Oct. 10. 

Birch, George C. R., Raynes Park, assignor to B. & R. 
Patents Limited, London, England. Pressure gauge. 
2,356,442 ; Aug. 22. 

Birch, George C. R., Raynes Park, assignor to B. & R. 
Patents Limited, London, England. Hydraulic remote 
indicating apparatus. 2,358,047 ; Sept. 12. 

Birch, Leland W., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor support. 2,342,242 : Feb. 
22. 

Birch, Raymond E. (See Harvey, F. A., and Birch.) 

Birch, Stanley F. (See Dunstan, A. E., and Birch.) 

Birchall, Harold, Norton-on-Tees, England, assignor to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Pressure re- 
sistant vessel. 2,360,391 ; Oct. 17. 

Bird, Homer M., Mauuiee, Ohio. Ventilator shutter. 
2,355,412 ; Aug. 8. 

Bird, John L., Lake Success, N. Y. Liquid level indicator. 
2,361,738; Oct. 31. 

Bird & Son, inc. (See Bradley, John J., Jr.. assignor.) 

Bird & Son, inc. (See Fuller, Everett H., assignor.) 

Bird & Son, inc. (See Hebert, Leo J., assignor.) 

Bird, Whitworth F., Swarthniore, assignor to Collins & 
' Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Making pile 
fabrics. 2.358,204; Sept. 12. 

Birdsall, Edwin H., Golden, Colo., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Sorting de- 
vice. 2,356,203 ; Aug. 22. 

Birdsall, Edwin H., Golden, Colo., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Magnetic tog- 
gle overload release. 2,356,204 ; Aug. 22. 

Birdsall, Edwin H., Golden, Colo., assignor to Reming- 
ton Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Sorting 
device. 2.359,890 ; Oct. 10. 

Birdsall, Edwin H., Golden, Colo., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Gauging ma- 
chine. 2,364,187 ; Dec. 5. 

Birdsall, Robert E., Detroit, Mich. Quick-release holder. 
2,355,049 ; Aug. 8. 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine Company. (See 
Slartin, Mark H., assignor.) 

Birk. Ferdinand J. See Brian, W. S., and Birk.) 

Birkhimer, Edwin R., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Treatment of hydro*- 
carbon oils. 2,345,449 ; Mar. 28. 

Birkigt, Louis, Rive Bleue, Versoix, near Geneva, Switzer- 
land. Power plant. 2,348,518 ; May 9. 

Birkigt, Marc, Versoix, near Geneva, Switzei'land. Fire- 
arm magazine. 2,360,035 ; Oct. 10. 

Birkigt, Marc, Versoix, near Geneva, Switzerland. Ab- 
sorbing means especially for firearms. 2,361,985; 
Nov. 7. 



Birmingham, Donald G., Aberdeen, assignor to Harbor 
Plywood Corporation, Hoquiam, Wash. Fibrous sheet 
covered plywood. 2,343,740 ; Mar. 7. 

Birtley Company Limited, The. (See Holmes, Colin W. 
H., assignor.) 

Bisbee, David P., San Marino, Calif., R. J. Seltzer, Chi- 
cago, 111., and P. F. Thayer, Sparrows Point, Md., as- 
signors to Rheem Manufacturing Company, Richmond, 
Calif. Head and cylinder welding stake. 2,353,868; 
July 18. 

Bischoff, Robert, Troy, N. Y. Check valve. 2,356,815 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Bischoff, Werner. (See Bernhardt, E. D., and Bischoff.) 

Biscup, Chester J. (See Graybrook, H. W., and Biscup.) 

Bishop, Charles B., Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Con- 
tainer Corporation of America, Chicago, 111. Collapsible 
carton. 2,346,003 ; Apr. 4. 

Bishop, Earl L., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Collapsible form. 2,339,543 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Bishop, Frank C, Atherton, assignor to Firechek Cor- 
poration, San Francisco, Calif. Fire extinguishing ap- 
paratus. 2,338,313 ; Jan. 4. 

Bishop, Henry M., assignor to Thomas A. Edison, Incor- 
porated, West Orange, N. J. Phonograph system. 
2,355,504 ; Aug. 8. 

Bishop, James A., Bridgeville, Pa. Apparatus for making 
tufts for tufted rugs. 2,353,640 ; July 18. 

Bishop, James O. (See Babcock, L. L., and Bishop.) 

Bishop, Oakes E., et al. (See Lutz, Daniel H., assignor.) 

Bishop, Orville L., Wendell, Idaho. Well pump. 
2,347,240 : Apr. 2o. 

Bishop Publishing Company. (See Bishop, Robert B., 
assignor.) 

Bishop, Robert B., Evanston, assignor to Bishop Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Two-way display standard. 
2,345,913 ; Apr. 4. 

Bishop, Walter M., Flushing, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Deep 
sea apparatus housing. 2,352,158 ; June 27. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Fitting for service entrance cable. 
2,362,184 ; Nov. 7. 

Bissinger, Harry G., Denville, N. J., assignor to Drew Asso- 
ciates, Inc., New York, N. Y. Making a composition^ 
for use in detergents. 2,356,443 ; Aug. 22. 

Bissout, Herbert A., Merchantville, N. J., and W. Y. 
Borresen, assignors to W. K. Mitchell & Companv, Inc., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Welding apparatus. 2,350,716 ; 
June 6. 

Bitler, William P. (See Flisik, A. C, Inman, and Bitler.) 

Bitler, William P. (See Innian, M. T., and Bitler.) 

Bitler, William P., Haverstraw, and L. Nicholl, Nyack, as- 
signors to Kay-Fries Chemicals, Inc., West Haverstraw, 
N. Y. Recovery of excess glycerine in residues from the- 
preparation of mono- and di-methyl ethe''S of glycerol. 
2,339,047 ; Jan. 11. 

Bitler, William P., Haverstraw, and L. Nicholl, Nyack, 
assignors to Kay-Fries Chemicals. Inc., West Haver- 
straw, N. Y. Preparation of esters of polj'basic cyclic 
unsaturated acids. 2,358,048 ; Sept. 12. 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Bottle crate. 2,355,946 : Aug. 15. 

Bitting, Charles D., Kenvil, N. J., and R. W. Lawrence, 
assignors to Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Blasting explosive. 2,365,170 ; Dec. 19. 

Bitzer, Gottlob, Lincoln Park, assignor to Textile Ma- 
chine Works, Wyomissing, Pa. I'arn carriei-^rod oper- 
ating means for straight knitting machines. 2,345,914 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Bivans, Elbert L., assignor to A. B. Cleveland, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Tire grooving apparatus. 2,302.967 ; Nov. 21. 

Bivens, Maurice E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric control circuit. 
2,359,080 ; Sept. 26. 

Bi\ens, Maurice E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric valve circuit. 
2,361,169 : Oct. 24. 

Bivona, Charles. (See Urbas, Joseph, and Bivona.) 

Bixby, Guy T. (See Greenblatt, L. W., Jr., and Bixby.) 

Bixby, Leo A., Berrien Springs, assignor to Clark Equip- 
ment Companv, Buchanan, Mich. Vehicle driving 
mechanism. 2.344,388 ; Mar. 14. 

Bixby, Willard F., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Temperature con- 
trol system. 2.347,763 : May 2. 

Bixby, A\ illiam H., East Providence, R. I., assignor to 
Green Brothers, Inc. Staple package. 2,354,083 ; 
July 18. 

Bi.xel, Edward C, West Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Companv. Lock mecha- 
nism. 2,358,554: Sept. 19. 

Bixel, Edward C, West Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Tow hook 
mounting for vehicles. 2,360,643 ; Oct. 17. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Compressor unloader. 
2,338,486 ; Jan. 4. 

Bixler. Harley H., Niskayuna, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Compressor. 2,339,048; Jan. 11. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Companv. Compressor assembly. 
2.361,815 ; Oct. 31. 



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Bixler, Wilo E., assignor to The Hoover Company, North 

Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,363,385 : Nov. 21. 
Bixler, Paul S., Westminster, Md. Dispensing container. 

2,360,543 ; Oct. 17. 
Bjering, Olav. (See Hohl, J., and Bjeriug.) 
Bjerke, Henry C. (See Erickson, Jens, assignor.) 
BJork, Albin A., Ashland, Wis. Boat wheel barrow. 

2,361,592 ; Oct. 31. 
Bjork, Paul E., assignor to The Brown Instrument Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Viscosimeter. 2,340,507 ; 

Feb. 1. 
Bjorkman, Charles T., Alhambra, Calif. Land torpedo. 

2,340,299 ; Feb. 1. 
Black, Charles F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Central Equipment Co., Chicago, 111. Clamp. 

2,339,138; Jan. 11. 
Black, Oiarles F.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Central Equipment Co., Chicago, 111. Clamp. 2,349,809 ; 

May 30. 
Black and Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Decker, Alonzo G., assignor.) 
Black and Decker Manufacturing Company. (See Short, 

Harold O., assignor.) 
Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Staege, Stejihen A., 

assignor.) 
Black, Donald H., Salem, Oreg. Acetylene torch. 

2,365,379 ; Dec. 19. 
Black, Elam L.. et al. (See Black, James E.. assignor.) 
Black, Franklin, Los Angeles, Calif. Copy holder. 

2,347,730 ; May 2. 
Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Thermo- 

sensitive control circuit. 2,341,013 : Feb. 8. 
Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Trans- 
mission regulation. 2,361,593 ; Oct. 31. 
Black, Henry R., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens-Corning 

Fiberglas Corporation. Filtering and filtering appara- 
tus. 2,350,011 ; Mav 30. 
Black, Howard C. (See Phelps, G. W., and Black.) 
Black, James E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. B., 

E. L., W. J., and V. Black, a partnership doing business 

as Black Systems, Chicago, 111. Shingle joint insert. 

2,361,450 ; Oct. 31. 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 

America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Turntable mechanism for 

trailers or trucks. 2,346,900: Apr. 18. 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 

America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Prop for semitrailers. 

2.358.488; Sept. 19. 
Black, James J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 

Trailer Company of America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Trailer 

or truck roof structure. 2,365,934 ; Dec. 26. 
Black, John E. and R. S., Mendota, 111. Glue spreader, 

surface coater, and the like. 2,343,363 ; Mar. 7. 
Black, John E. and R. S., Mendota, 111. Glue spreader, 

surface coater, and the like. 2,362,238 ; Nov. 7. 
Black, Lawrence F., and C. H. Mellor, Denver, Colo. 

Electric crucible. 2,351,594; June 20. 
Black, Leroy G., E. B. Fitch, and H. B. Suhr, assignors 

to American Potash & Chemical Corporation, Trona, 

Calif. Preparing solutions containing high ratios of 

sodium carbonate to sodium sulphate. 2,348,164 ; 

May 2. 
Black, Mike, assignor to H. H. Nieberding, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Patient's lift attachment for beds. 2,348,778 ; 

May 16. 
Black, Mike, assignor to H. H. Nieberding, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Patient's lift attachment for beds. 2,348,779 ; 

May 16. 
Black, Mike, assignor, by mesne assignments, to B. S. 

Schwartz, Cincinnati, Ohio. Folding stool. 2,359,821 ; 

Oct. 10. 
Black, Paul, Eahwav, N. J. Condiment shaker. 

2,340,841 ; Feb. 1. 
Black, Robert S. (See Black, John E. and R. S.) 
Black Systems. (See Black, James E.) 
Black, Virginia, et al. (See Black, James E., assignor.) 
Black, Whitfield J., et al. (See Black. James E., assignor.) 
Blackburn Aircraft Limited. (See Nivison, David B., as- 
signor.) 
Blackburn, Donald M. (See Somerville, Thomas W. 

and W., and Blackburn.) 
Blackburn, George, and Sons Limited. (See Start, Harry 

W. and E., assignors.) 
Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Control switch 

for steering wheels. 2,342,915 ; Feb. 29. 
Blackburn, Luther A., Huntington Park, Calif. Long 

stroke deep oil well pumping jack unit. 2,351,183 ; 

June 13. 

Blackburn, Walter A., et al. (See Chandler, Walter R , 

assignor.) 
Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Anderson, Conrad A., as- 
signor.) 
Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Pfauser, Edward M., assignor.) 
Blackhurst, Lavi'rence N. (See Reinhardt, R. C, Jones, 

and Blackhurst.) 
Blackley, James L., and W. P. V. Ross, assignors to The 

Duplex Printing Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Automatic directional ink fountain drive. 2,350,580 ; 

June 6. 
Blackman, Edward L., Greenwich, Conn. Sailing vessel. 

2,353,007 ; July 4. 



Blackman, John A., Pensacola, Fla. Radio instruction 
key. 2,341,591 ; Feb. 15. 

Blackman, Stanley, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispensing container. 
2,362,609 : Nov. 14. 

Blackmore, William, Cleveland Heights, assignor to 
National Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Oil conveying member tor journal boxes. 
2,365,042 ; Dec. 12. 

Blackshaw, Harold, and N. H. Haddock, Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Dyeing cellulosic fiber with phthalo- 
cyanines. 2,339,739 ; Jan. 18. 

Blackshaw, Harold, and N. PI. Haddock, Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Phthalocyanine azo dyes on cellulosic 
fibers. 2,3.39,740 ; Jan. 18. 

Blackstone Corporation. (See Briggs, Allan Li., assignor.) 

Blackstone Manufacturing Co. (See Maier, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 

Blackstone, Selwyn R., Madison, Wis. Coin packer. 
2,355,201 ; Aug. 8. 

Blades, Archie L. (See Abernathy, Clyde G., assignor.) 

Blaes, Edward G., Glendale, N. Y., assignor of one- 
third to G. V. Oldham, Summit, and one-third to S. H. 
Rust, New Brunswick, N. J. Roller skate. 2,356,736 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Blaettler, Paul X. (See Ferla, John, assignor.) 

Hlaha, Emil, Cheltenham. Pa., assignor to Selas Corpora- 
tion of America. Forming pervious ceramic bodies. 
2.360.929 ; Oct. 24. 

Blain, Albert, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Facsimile apparatus. 2,354,571 ; 
July 25. 

Blaine, Clarence C. (See Titus, B. D., and Blaine.) 

Blair, Charles M., Jr. (See Lehmann, S., Jr., and Blair.) 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Composi- 
tion of matter, making same, and improved lubricat- 
ing oil. 2,342,113 ; Feb. 22. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Composi- 
tion of matter, making same, and improved lubricating 
oil. 2,342,114 ; Feb. 22. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, and S. Lehmann, 
Jr., University City, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corpo- 
ration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Increasing productivity 
of subterranean oil-bearing strata. 2,356,205 ; Aug. 22. 

Blair, Donald W., Plouston, Tex., and F. G. Boucher, 
Tulsa, Okla., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Clamping means for force-responsive ele- 
ment. 2,349,404 ; May 23. 

Bl.oir, Emile, assignor to Standard Aircraft Products, Inc., 
Dayton, Ohio. Method and apparatus for forming 
tubes by extrusion. 2,363,635 ; Nov. 28. 

Blair, George, Berwyn, Pa. Signaling device. 2,350,717 : 
June 6. 

Blair, George W. (See Bodle, V. H., and Blair.) 

Blair George W. (See Luxenberger, E. A., Blair, and 
Schott.) 

Blair, Lyman C, Houston, Tex. Luminous discharge 
lamp especially for photographic enlargers and pro- 
jectors. 2,364,889 ; Dec. 12. 

^^%'l'-oI^^ T^-' Amarillo, Tex. Tamping device. 
2,3o3,990 ; July 18. 

^'o'S'hi /^V?'*^i'^ ?^*™it' Mich. Feed mechanism. 

8,341,014 ; Feb. 8. 
Blair, Wallace P., Midland, Tex., and W. A. Schillinger, 

assignors to Zero Hour Bomb Company, Tulsa, Okla. 

Device for loading explosives in wells. 2,365,798 ; Dec. 

2d. 

Blake, Edward S., Nitro, W. Va., assignor tq Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Preparing mor- 
pholine sulphides. 2,343,524 ; Mar. 7 

^'I'f^g 965''-^ O ^" ^'^^^'^^ ^^^^' ^- ^- ^^''y walker. 

Blake, Kenneth R., Anderson, assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Carburetor 
2,362,346 ; Nov. 7. 

Blake Manufacturing Corporation. (See Wood, Orville 
T., assignor.) • 

Blake, Robert P., Cambridge, Mass., assignor to Polaroid 
Corporation, Dover, Del. Apparatus and method for 
orienting the surface molecules of plastic materials. 
2,354,243; July 25. 

Blake, Robert W. (See Jurs, A. E., Jr., and Blake.) 

Blake, Virginia, Miami Beach, Fla. Utility bag. 
2,338,279 ; Jan. 4. 

Blake, Whitney, Company, The. (See Judisch, Carl H., 
assignor.) % 

Blakely, Robert T. (See Dickinson, A. 11., and Blakely.) 

Blakcly, Robert T., Amity ville, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Ma- 
cliine for reading perforated record cards. 2,34S,051 ; 
May 2. 

Blakeman, Henry W., Eayville, La. Cover plate. 
2,363,567 ; Nov. 28. 

Blaker, Cedrlc G., et al. (See James, N. K., and Talley, 
assignors.) 

Blaker, David G., Webb City, and M. P. Matuszak, Bar- 
tlesville, Okla., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. Improving catalysts. 2,348,780 ; May 16. 

Blaker, David G., Webb City, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Chromium oxide catalyst. 
2,351,094 ; June 13. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Blakeslee. G. S., & Co. (See Karp, Edward J., assignor.) 

Blanc, Adolph I., Chicago, 111. Trimming board. 
2,345,450; Mar. 28. 

Blanc, W., et L. Paiche. (See Blanc, William V., as- 
signor.) 

Blanc, William V., assignor to W. Blanc et L. Paiche, 
Geneva, Switzerland. Charge forming device. 
2,354,179 ; July 25. 

Blancha, Felix C, Manoa, Pa., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Counting mechanism. 2,356,914 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Blancha, Felix C, Manoa, Pa., assignor to Radio Corpo- 
ration of America. Cooling system. 2,362,044 ; Nov. 7. 

Blanchard, Alva G., Shreveport, La. Pivot structure. 
2,362,429 ; Nov. 7. 

Blanchard, Arthur D., Bloomfield, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Connector. 
2,301,816 ; Oct. 31. 

Blancliard, Charles E. (See Ferre, A. W., and Blanchard.) 

Blancliard, Charles E., Randolph, and A. W. Ferre, 
Wellesley, assignors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, 
Hyde Park, Boston. Mass. Dri^r. 2,348,174 ; May 2. 

Blanchard, Charles E., Randolph, and A. W. Ferre. 
Wellesley, assignors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, Hyde 
Park, Boston, Mass. Dusting apparatus. 2,358,138 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Blanchard, Frederick W., Hampstead, assignor to T. Mc- 
Avity & Sons Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Cab 
lamp. 2,364,020 ; Nov. 28. 

Blanchard, Irvin H., assignor to Beech Aircraft Cor- 
poration. Wichita, Kans. Turnbuckle wrench. 
2.358.555 : Seat. 19. 

Blancliard, Loring W., Jr. (See Malm, C. J., and 
Blanchard.) 

Blanchard, Raymond H., Melrose, Mass., assignor to The 
B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Rubber out 
sole for footwear. 2,347,872 ; May 2. 

Blanchard, Werner J., and C. S. J. MacNeil, Dayton, Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Propeller mechanism. 
2,362,444 ; Nov. 14. 

Blanchon, Louis C, assignor to Meyer Koulish Co. Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Polishing machine for "V" jewels. 
2,351.095 ; June 13. 

Bland, Thomas W., assignor of one-fourth to R. E. Cavins, 
San Jose, Calif. Can filling machine. 2,356,737 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Blanding, Joseph E., New London, assignor of forty-nine 
per cent to P. B. McNamara, Groton, Conn. Oil fuel 
feed device. 2,352,682 ; July 4. 

Blaney, Arthur C, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Variable density sound re- 
cording method and system. 2,361,451 ; Oct. 31. 

Blank, FranK iT., Walcott, Iowa. Portable conveyer and 
loader. 2,343,133 ; Feb. 29. 

Blank, John M. (See Hofmann, V. E., and Blank.) 

Blank, Joseph N., Newport, assignor to The Wadsworth 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Covington, Ky. Sec- 
tional channel closure means. 2,355,845 ; Aug. 15. 

Blank, Taalkeus A. (See Plummer, R. IC, Hamlet, and 
Blank.) 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgev^ood, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Welding generator. 2,342,720 ; Feb. 
29. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Arc voltage or arc length indicator. 
2,351,910; June 20. 

Blankenhorn, Charles F. (See Dawson, R. D., and BlanU- 
enliorn.) 

Blasier, Herbert, Arcadia, Calif. Measuring earth poten- 
tials. 2,344,672 ; Mar. 21. 

Blaski, John F., Chicago, 111. Arched wooden rafter. 
2,342,916; Feb. 29. 

Blau, Henrv H., Bexley, Ohio, assignor to Corning Glass 
Works, "Corning, N. Y. Making glass articles. 
2,339,975 ; Jan. 25. 

Blau, Henry H., Elmira, assignor to Corning Glass Works. 
Corning, N. Y. Construction block and manufacture. 
2,355,262 ; Aug. 8. 

Blau, Henry H., Elmira, N. Y., and R. W. Kell, Charleroi, 
Pa., assignors to Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. 
Glassworking apparatus. 2,357,993 ; Sept. 12. 

Blau, Henry H., Bexley, Ohio, assignor to Corning Glnss 
Works, Corning, N. Y. Minus green filter glass. 
2,357,994; Sept. 12. 

Blau, Ludwig W., and G. E. Cannon, Houston, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Ther- 
mal well-logging. 2,352,247 ; June 27. 

Blunck, Ford H. (See Lamb, G. G., and Blunck.) 

Blunuell, Eustace E. (See Duncan, Lane W., assignor.) 

Blauvelt Associates, Inc. (See Blauvelt, Warren S., as- 
signor.) 

Blauvelt Associates, Inc. (See Blauvelt, W. S., and 
Curry, assignors.) 

Blauvelt, Frederic D., Upper Montclair, N. J. Consolidat- 
ing in a single beam light from a plurality of sources. 
2,342,115 ; Feb. 22. 

Blauvelt, Warren S., Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to Blau- 
velt Associates, Inc., Troy, N. Y. Heat transfer device. 
2,344,588 ; Mar. 21. 



Blauvelt, Warren S., Ann Arbor, Mich., and N. A. Curry, 
assignors to Blauvelt Associates, Inc., Troy, N. Y. 
Furnace. 2,345,231 ; Mar. 28. 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Bushnell, James E., assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Croft, George M., assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Venable, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Venable, William M., as 
signer.) 

Blay, Harold P., and F. G. Thannhauser, Detroit, as- 
signors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. 
Steering wheel cigarette case. 2,353,806 ; July 18. 

Blechman, Irving, New York, N. Y. Collapsible -ward- 
robe cabinet. 2,341,899 ; Feb. 15. 

Blechta, Edward F., Berwyn, 111. Placard. 2,343,741 ; 
Mar. 7. 

iJleher, William C. (See Knowland, T. M., and Bleher.) 

Bleichfekl, Sol, Buffalo, N. Y. Bag sorting apparatus. 
2,338,088 ; Jan. 4. 

Blenman, Charles, Jr., U. S. Navy. Aviation training 
apparatus. 2,359,294 ; Oct. 3. 

Blessing, Harry A. (Sue Liebniann. August G., assignor.) 

Blessing, Leonard M., Alexandria, Va., assignor to 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Tele- 
phone system. 2,345,959 ; Apr. 4. 

Bletso, Bruce N., East Cleveland, C. F. Hood, Shaker 
Heights, Ohio, and W. S. Morgan, Plainfleld, 111., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Wire winding mechanism. 2,348,595 ; 
May 9. 

Blewett, Elias W'., Forty Fort, Pa. Sewing-machine at- 
tachment. 2,355,700 ; Aug. 15. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Viscose solution. 2,341,509 ; Feb. 15. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Coagulating bath containing cation-active inhibitors. 
2,345,570 ; Apr. 4. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Viscose spinning solution. 2,348,203 ; May 9- 

Blickensderter, Philip s.. assignor to The Champion 
Paper and Fibre (Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Coating 
paper. 2,360,825 ; Oct. 24. 

Blickman, Bernard I., New Y'ork, N. Y. Producing simu- 
lated stocking seams. 2,353,291 ; July 11. 

Bliley Electric Company. (See Wolfskill, John M., as- 
signor. ) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Aneiros, Joseph, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Cannon, Earl, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Crane, E. V., and Auer, 
assignors.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. See Grol), Alvin F., assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Groll, A. F., and Hatch, 
assignors-.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Krueger. Frank, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Rode, F. J., and Hatch, 
assignors.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Williamson, Larkin R., as- 
signor.) 

Bliss. Harvey N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root in- 
corporated, Hartford, Conn. Counter unit mechanism. 
2,342,325 ; Feb. 22. 

Bliss. Harold D., South Salem, assignor to T. Nagel, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Oil burning equipment and control- 
ling mechanism therefor. 2,362,045 ; Nov. 7. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root In- 
corporated, Hartford, Conn. Recorder for collections. 
2.346,145 ; Apr. 11. 

Bliss, Lyman A.. New York, and O. A. Hansen, Kenniore, 
assignors to The Linde Air Products Company, New 
York, N. Y. System for converting a liquefied gas into 
vapor. 2.362,968 ; Nov. 21. 

Bliss, Warren H., Orono, Maine, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Fre<iuency demodulator. 
2,350,869 ; June 6. 

Bliss, Warren H., Orono, Maine, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Image reproducing apparatus. 
2,3-j3,631 ; July 18. 

Bliss, Warren H., Orono, Blaine, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Radio telegraph multiplex sys- 
tem. 2,365,450 ; Dec. 19. 

Bli'/ard, John, Garden City, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Steam generator. 
2,358,785 ; Sept. 26. 

Bloch, Arthur, Jamaica, and G. R. Arons, New York, N. Y. 
Vehicle. 2,363,636 : Nov. 28. 

Bloch, Herman S. (See Pines, H., and Bloch.) 

Bloch, Herman S. (See Thomas, C. L., and Bloch.) 

Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Treatment of hydrocarbons. 
2,357,495 ; Sept. 5. 

Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, HI. Treatment of hydrocarbons. 
2,358,311 ; Sept. 19. 

Bloch, Herman S., and R. E. Schaad, assignors to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of butane. 2,346,657 ; Apr. 18. 

Block, J. & I. (See Block, Joseph, assignor.) 

Block, Joseph, assignor to J. & I. Block, New York, N. Y. 
Infuser. 2,358,556; Sept. 19. 



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Block, Richard J., and D. Boiling, Scarsdale, N. Y., as- 
signors to C. M. Armstrong, Inc. Food product. 
2,344,229 ; Mar. 14. 

Blodgett, Clarence M., New York, N. Y. Clamping socket 
attachment. 2,343,525 ; Mar. 7. 

Blodgett, Clarence M., New York, N. Y. Fastener. 
2,302,445 ; Nov. 14. 

Blodgett, Herbert C, assignor to Overhead Door Corpora- 
tion, Hartford City, Ind. Reversing door control and 
switch therefor. 2,343,951 ; Mar. 14. 

Bloedorn, Clyde H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Continen- 
tal Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Preparing 
shrimp for canning. 2,365,519 ; Dec. 19. 

Blok, Lourens, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Synchroscope. 
2,358,439 ; Sept. 19. 

Blomberg, Knut H., Appelviken, C. L. P. Broom^. Stock- 
holm. F. A. Dahlgren, Djursholm, A. G. Johansson, 
Stockholm, and R. O. Lundholm, Djursholm-Ekeby, 
assignors to Telefonaktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson, Stock- 
holm, Sweden. Remote control system. 2,357,995 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Blomberg, Martin P., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Brake rigging. 
2,359,081 : Sept. 26. 

Blomberg, Otto J., and H. A. Eklind, Chicago, 111. Brake 
signal. 2,343,394 ; Mar. 7. 

Blomqvist, Gustav M., and S. F. Torstensson, Stockholm, 
Sweden, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Servel, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,348,596 ; 
May 9. 

Blood, Grosvenor T., East Orange, assignor to Downy 
Products Company, Orange, N. J. Cleaning cloth. 
2.341.354; Feb. 8. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Method of and apparatus for 
the generative formation of surfaces of ovate section. 
2,348,881 : May 16. 

Bloom, Frederick S. (See Conway, Leon F., assignor.) 

Bloom, Frederick S.^, Pittsburgh, Pa. Liquid control 
apparatus. 2.339,753 ; .Tan. 25. 

Blood, Louis H., Covington, Ky., and H. Ernst, as- 
signors to The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Milling machine. 2,365,043 ; Dec. 12. 

Bloom. Murray, Bronx, N. Y. Lady's garment. 2,362,239 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Bloom, Oscar T., assignor to Industrial Patents Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, ni. Defeathering compound. 2,353,869 ; 
July 18. 

Bloom, Samuel, Dorchester, Mass. Ice skate. 2,352,599 ; 
July 4. 

Bloomberg, David J., Newton, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Elastic fluid turbine blading. 
2.355,413 ; Aug. 8. 

Bloomberg, Joseph E., assignor to Milwaukee Saddlery 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Seat and making the same. 
2,347,538; Apr. 25. 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Inman, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomfield, John J., Burbank. Calif., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Lockheed .4ircraft Comporation. Mag- 
netic clutch. 2,347.873 ; IMay 2. 

Bloomfield, Sam. Wichita, Kans. Drilling unit for jigs 
or the like. 2,355.263 ; Aug. 8. 

Bloomfield, Sam, Wichita, Kans. Windshield for motor 
vehicles. 2.355.264 : Aug. 8. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Wichita, Kans. Stop nut. 2,365,380 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bloore, Ernest J. (See Copeland, B. J., and Bloore.) 

Bloser, Dwight W., {See Farmer, P. M., and Bloser.) 

Bloser, Dwight W. (See Farmer, P. M., Bloser, and 
ICleinknpcht. ) 

Bloss, PTerman, Shelton, Conn. Riveting or staking 
machine. 2,364,420 ; Dec. 5. 

Blosser, Herman G. (See Staples, C. E., and Blosser.) 

Blosspr. Herman G.. Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Sicnal Company. Swissvale, Pa. Coded track 
circuits. 2.365,799 ; Dec. 26. 

Blough, Ronald S., assignor to The Dexter Company, Fair- 
field, Iowa. Agitator. 2.358.205; Spnt. 12. 

Blouin, Joseph P.. Methuen, Mass. Filling stop motion 
for looms. 2.365,044 ; Dec. 12. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to 
Union Oil Companv of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Alkylation. 2.356.374 ; Aug. 22. 

Blount. Frank E.. Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signaling system. 2.355.903 ; Aug. 15. 

Blount Plow Works. (See Rude. John F., assignor.) 

Bloxon. Ralph T.. Chicago. 111. Tool for closing parachute 
p.nrk.s. 2.357.805; Sept. 12. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Cumberland, Md.. assignor to Cel- 
anose Corporation of America. Laminating fabric. 
2.348,781 : May 16. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Cumberland, Md., assignor to Cel- 
anese Corporation of America. Separation of aldehyde- 
ketone mixtures. 2,355,140 ; Aug. 8. 

Blue, Lebert E., Teaneck, N. J., assignor to Transit Re- 
search Corporation. New York, N. Y. Heating and 
ventilating system for car bodies. 2,351.096; .Tune 13. 

Bluemle. Arnold A., Anderson. Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Electric switch. 
2.347.874: Mav 2. 

Blum, Arthur N., Philadelphia, Pa. Saw. 2,351,737; 
June 20. 



Blum, Arthur N., Philadelphia, Pa. Cutting chain. 

2.351.738 ; June 20. 

Blum, Arthur N., Philadelphia, Pa. Chain saw. 

2.351.739 ; June 20. 

Blum, Arthur N., Philadelphia, Pa. Chain saw. 
2.351,740; June 20. 

Blum, (iustave K., and A. E. Peters, York, assignors to 
Tlie McKay Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Yielding pres- 
sure welding. 2,354,983 ; Aug. 1. 

Blum, Henry S. (See Lakhovsky, George, assignor.) 

Blum, Jerome J., assignor to The Fibre Forming Cor- 
poration, Olean, N. Y. Container. 2,351,804 ; June 20. 

Blum, Jerome J., assignor to The Fibre Forming Corpo- 
ration, Olean, N. Y. Container. 2,356,969 • Aug. 29. 

Blumberg, Paul, assignor to Meili-Blumberg Corporation, 
New Holstein, Wis. Road marking device. 2,345,653 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Blume, Frank J., Chicago, 111. Pneumatic dispatch sys- 
tem. 2.353.870; July 18. 

Blumenfeld, Max D. (See Eisenman, W., and Blumen- 
feld.) 

Blumenkranz, Nathaniel M. H., Peekskill, N. Y. Preserv- 
ing fruit and vegetables juices. 2,365,674 ; Dec. 26. 

Blumensaadt, Svend G., Cleveland Heights, and W. H. 
Neely, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Uni- 
versal Wire Spring Company Cleveland, Ohio. Wire 
extension means for spring structures. 2,341,015 : 
Feb. 8. 

Blumenthal, Bernhard, Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
American Smelting and Refining Company, New York, 
N. Y. Separating impurities from metals or alloys. 
2,348,719 ; May 16. 

Blumer, Manuel, Petrolia, Pa., assignor to L. Sonneborn 
Sons, Inc., New York, N. Y. Treatment of petroleum 
hydrocarbon stocks. 2,358,773 ; Sept. 26. 

Blumer, Manuel, Petrolia, Pa., assignor to L. Sonneborn 
Sons Inc., New York, N. Y. Production of mahogany 
petroleum sulphonic acids. 2,358,774 ; Sept. 20. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Earling, London, and W. H. Connell, 
Hillingdon, assignors to Electric & Musical Industries 
Limited, Hayes, Middlesex. England. Modulated car- 
rier wave receiver. 2.340,730: Feb. 1. 

Blumstengel, Hugo R., Kansas City, Mo. Heating stove. 
2,365,675 ; Dec. 26. 

Blusson, Ronald H., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 
Sawdust burner feeder. 2,354.647 ; Aug. 1. 

Roaz. William G. (See Agee, William P., Jr., asslenor.) 

Boberg, Charles P., Chicago, 111., assignor to Addresso- 
graph-Multigraph Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Cal- 
culating and printing machine. 2,365,381 ; Doc. 19. 

Bobo, Stephen N., assignor to R. P. Sniften, New York, 
N. Y. Adjustable broiler grid holding rack. 2,348,720 : 
May 16. 

Bobst, Henri, Lausanne, Switzerland. Automatic blank 
feeder. 2.353,214; July 11. 

Bobst, Henri, Lausanne, Switzerland. Pneumatic brake 
or stop control for decelerating rotating elements. 
2,361,739 ; Oct. 31. 

Bobst, Henri, and J. Kury, Lausanne, assignors to J. 
P.obst & Fils S. A., Prilly, Switzerland. Platen press for 
the working of blanks, such as cardboard blanks. 
2,353,215 ; July 11. 

Bobst, J., & Fils S. A. (See Bobst, H., and Kury, as- 
.'iigiiors.) 

Bocanegra, John B., Chicago, 111. Slug vending machine. 
2,346,004 ; Apr. 4. 

Bochenek, Joseph, Milwaukee, Wis. Grinding fixture. 
2,343,637 ; Mar. 7. 

Bochenek, Walter H., Chicago, 111. Feeder for automatic 
screw machines. 2.343,364 ; Mar. 7. 

Bocjl Corporation. (See Gerin, Fernand L., assignor.) 

Bocjl Corporation. (See Lang, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Bocjl Corporation. (See La Plnce, Desmond R., assignor.) 

Bocjl Corporation. (See Phillips, Emery E., assignor.) 

Bock, Carl J., Birmingham, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit. Mich. 
Transfer case for power transmissions. 2,354,300 ; 
July 25. 

Bock, Charles S., assisnor to Andrew Hoffman. Chicago, 
111. Door lock. 2.350.092 ; May 30. 

Bock, Fugen. (See Besfian, H., and Bock.) 

Bock, Eugen, Krefeld-Uerdingen, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Adhesive and coating mate- 
rial. 2,348,447 ; May 9. 

Bock, George E., Chicago, assignor to Whiting Corpora- 
tion, Harvey, 111. Hoisting apparatus. 2,343,638 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Bock. George E.. Chicago, assignor to Whiting Corpora- 
tion. Harvey, 111. Electric traveling hoist. 2,353,437 ; 
July 11. 

Bock. Helmuth. (See Moldenhauer. O., and Bock.) 

Bock. Louis H.. Huntingdon Valley, assignor to Riihm 
& Haas Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Electrolytic prepa- 
ration of capillary-active quartenary ammonium hy- 
droxides. 2..363.3S6; Nov. 21. 

Bock. Louis H.. Huntingdon Valley, assignor to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrolytic proc- 
ess of preparing quarternary ammonium hydroxide. 
2.303.387; Nov. 21. 

Bock. Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and A. L. Houk, as- 
signors to ROhm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Reaction of acrylamide with cellulose. 2,338,681 ; 
Jan. 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bock, Louis H., and A. L. Houk, assignors to Rohm & 
Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Improving the wash- 
fastness of sizes with urea derivatives. 2,342,785 ; 
Feb. 29. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and A. L. Houk, as- 
signors to ROhm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Alkali-soluble carboxyethyl cellulose ether. 2,349,797 ; 
May 30. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and A. L. Houk, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Stabilization of cellulosic fabrics with oxymethyl 
quaternary salts. 2,351,581 ; June 20. 
Bock, Louis H., Pluntingdon Valley, and A. L. Houk, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Polyalkylene polyaminomalonamlde resins. 2,352,070 ; 
June 20. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and A. L. Houk, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Aminoalkyl malonamide resins. 2,352,071 ; June 20. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and A. L. Houk, 
assignois to ROhm & Ilaas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Textile materials. 2.355,265 ; Aug. 8. 
Bockius, Walter A., Glenview, 111. Shelf construction. 

2,365,622 ; Dec. 19. 
Bocksruker, Alexander P. (See Land, H. A., and 

Bocksruker. ) 
Bodden, William H., York, Pa. Spool structure. 

2,353,216 ; July 11. 
Bode, Georg. (See Weber, K., and Bode.) 
Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Laborato- 
ries, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave transmis- 
sion network. 2,342,638 ; Feb. 29. 
Boden, Ernest G., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Oil seal. 2,341,900 ; Feb. 15. 
Bodenstein, Paul H., assignor to J. Haimowitz and J. U. 
Shifrin, New York, N. Y. Dehydration process. 
2,354,495 ; July 25. 
Bodin, George, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Slack or cuttings removing at- 
tachment for kerf-cutting machines. 2,352,683 ; July 4. 
Bodiue, Albert G., Jr., Burbauk, assignor to The Cali)at 
Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for relatively moving two elements. 2,350,212 ; 
May 30. 
Bodine, Albert G., Jr., Burba nk, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for pumping. 2,355,618 ; Aug. 15. 
Bodine, Albert G., Jr., Burbank, assignor to The Calpat 
Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for indi- 
cating pressure changes over time intervals. 2,362,446 ; 
Nov. 14. 
Bodle, Virgil H., assignor to Mishawaka Rubber and 
Woolen JIanufacturing Company, Mishawaka, Ind. 
Carpet. 2,349.236 ; May 23. 
Bodle, Virgil H., and G. W. Blair, assignors to Mishawaka 
Rubber and Woolen Manufacturing Company, Misha- 
waka, Ind. Carpet underlay or the like and making 
same. 2,339,142; Jan. 11. 
Bodle, Virgil H., and G, W. Blair, assignors to Misha- 
walva Rubber and Woolen Manufacturing Company, 
Mishawaka, Ind. Making flocked floor coverings. 
2,345,376 ; Mar. 28. 
Bodnar, Stephen, Cleveland, and W. S. Gaines, Chagrin 
Falls, assignors to Porcelain Steels, Inc., Cleveland, 
Ohio. Conduit connection for enameled tanks. 
2,362,983 ; Nov. 21. 
Boe, Swen, and J. B. Hanson, Minneapolis, Minn. Gar- 
ment hanger. 2,357,496 ; Sept. 5. 
Boeckeler, Benjamin C, New York, N. Y., and M. J. P. 
Bogart, Teaneck, N. J., assignors to The Lummus Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Sterilizing fermenter vessels. 
2.338,227 ; Jan. 4. 
Boeckeler, Benjamin C, Riverside, Conn., and M. J. P. 
Bogart, Teaneck, N. J., assignors to The Lummus Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Fermentation. 2,338,228 ; 
Jan. 4. 
Boecking, Ewald, Great Kills, assignor to International 
Projector Corporation, New York, N. Y. Framing 
mprhani.'sm. 2,363,855. Nov. 28. 
Boeddinghaus, Hugo, Newburgh, assignor to American 
Felt Company, New York, N. Y. IJonding sheet ma- 
terial. 2,364,616 ; Dec. 12. 
Boedeker, Edward W., assignor of fifty per cent to H. J. 
Herbst, Fort Wayne, Ind. Hosiery. 2,347,457 ; Apr. 
25. 
Boegeheld, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Treatment of east iron. 2,339,673 ; 
Jan. 18. 
Boehm, Irwin G., Dayton, Ohio. Timing device. 

2,348,722 ; May 16. 
Boehm, Paul F., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to James G. 
Biddle Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Reed and con- 
structing the same. 2,339,139 ; Jan. 11. 
Boehm, Robert M., and H. E. Hall, assignors to Masonlte 
Corporation, Laurel, Miss. Producing carbon and acti- 
vating the same, and products thereof. 2,362,463 ; 
Nov. 14. 
Boehmer, Wilhelm. (See Klein, H., Hemmann, Keinke 

Hofmann, and Boehmer.) 
Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Allen, E. T., and Schalrer. 

assignors.) 
Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Berry, Mitchell M., as- 
signor.) 
Booinc .Aircraft Company. (See Helberg, Robert J., as 
signer.) 



Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Peterson, Gerald A., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Pierce, Lyle L., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Reed, Elza L., assignor.) 

Boeke, Jan, Eindhoven, Netherlands ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Jlethod and device for detecting 
traces of foreign gases, vapours, or mists in the atmos- 
phere. 2,363,478 ; iMov. 28. 

Boelter, Rudolph G., Chicago, HI. Expansion nail or the 
like. 2,362.969 ; Nov. 21. 

Boenau, Arthur H. (See Spelshouse, W. E., and Boenau.) 

Boerger, Martin G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Twin Disc Clutch Company, Racine, Wis. Blade. 
2,357,628 ; Sept. 5. 

Boeringer, Ralph, University City, assignor to Wagner 
Electric Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Transformer 
anchoring means. 2,351,097 ; June 13. 

Boerner, Arthur R., assignor, by me^ne assignments, to 
Automatic Products Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Chair 
iron. 2,354,736 ; Aug. 1. 

Boerner, Arthur R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Automatic Products Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Chair. 
2,363,93.0 ; Nov. 28. 

Boerner, Rudolf, Berlin, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Parabolic reflector. 2,342,721 : 
Feb. 29. 

Boersma, Reemer A., assignor to Duffy Manufacturing 
Company, Holland, Mich. Attaching device. 2,358,206 • 
Sept. 12. 

Bocse. Albert B., Jr., Charleston, W. Va., assignor to 
Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. N-acyl-n- 
alkanol aromatic amines. 2,355,141 ; Aug 8 

^°^i^ik^''^''''^^ ^- St. Louis, Mo. Absorbent closure cap. 
2,302,796 ; Nov. 14. 

^°o o^^L'H?A„^^!^"'" C., Chicago, 111. Press attachment 
2,356,300 ; Aug. 22. 

Boettcher, George E., et al. (See Keece, C. W., and 
Cooney, assignors.) 

Bogart, Fred H., University Heights, assignor to The 
Warner & Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Work 
gripping device. 2,358,049 ; Sept. 12. 

Bogart, Marcel J. P. ( See Boeckeler, B. C, and Bogart ) 

Bogaty, Stanislaus, assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Method and apparatus 
for treating fibrous material. 2,338,619 ; Jan 4 

Bogert, Marston T., New York, and E. J. Mills, Jr., New 
Rochelle, assignors to E. R. Squibb & Sons, New York, ' 
N. Y. Preparing /3-thio-ethylamines. 2,358,786 ; Sept. 
26. 

Bogg, William A., Jr., assignor of one-half to W. M 
Clampett, Fairfield, Conn. Shield for gun firing 
mechanism. 2,364,340 ; Dec. 5. 

Boggs, Beryl A., Portsmouth, Va. Clamp. 2,365,935 : 
Dec. 26. 

Boggs, Jesse K., Niagara Falls, N. Y., and L. M. Burgess, 
Chatham, N. J., assignors to J. M. Huber, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Thermofluid printing ink. 2,361,740: 
Oct. 31. 

Begin, Charles, assignor to Commercial Solvents Cor- 
poration, Terre Haute, Ind. Cellulose triacetate com- 
position. 2,350,300 : May 30. 

Bogner, Peter, assignor to Saml. Hanson & Son, Limi+ed, 
London, England. Soldering device. 2,344,589 ; Mar. 

Bogner, Peter, Uxbridge, assignor to Saml. Hanson & 
Son Limited, London, England. Provision of rip-wires 
in canisters. 2,350,870 ; June 6. 

Bogner, Peter, Oxford, assignor to Saml. Hanson & Son, 
Limited, London, England. Canister provided with 
rip-wire opening device. 2,350.871 ; June 6. 

Bogopolsky, Jacyues, New York, N, Y., now by judicial 
change of name Jacques Bolsey. Photographic ar- 
rangement. 2,352.176 ; June 27. 

Bogue, Charles B., San Francisco, Calif. Machine for 
viewing and segregating film. 2,338,400 ; Jan. 4. 

Bogue, Leonard E,, assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
lion, South Bend, Ind. Fastening device. 2,365,520 : 
Dec. 19. 

Bogue, Waiter H., East Orange, N. J. Paper box. 
2,352,766 ; July 4. 

Bohan, Patrick J., Sailor Springs, assignor of thirty per 
cent to J. E. Pixley, East St. Louis, 111. Anti-aircraft 
gun. 2,338,682 ; Jan, 4, 

Bohannan. Robert S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio, Weighing scale. 2,341,173; Feb, 8. 

Bohannan, Robert S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Hydraulic scale, 2,341.174: Feb, 8. 

Bohannan, Robert S,, assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Hydraulic force transmission. 2,352,934 ; 
July 4. 

Bohannan, Robert S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 2,352.935 ; July 4. 

Bohle, Kurt, (See Tschesche, R., and Biihle.) 

Bohlman, George J,, Somerville, Mass, Dispensing ap- 
paratus, 2.351,393 ; June 13. 

Bohmer, Clarence I. (See Jaeger, G., and Bohmer.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Fiegel. Wil- 
liam J,, assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See McCullough, 
W. E., and Goldsmith, assignors.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Pattlson, 
Wayne \V., assignor.) 



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Bohxer, George P., Union Township, Union County, as- 
signor to Shaw Insulator Company, Irvington, N. J. 
Transfer molding press. 2,351,582 ; June 20. 

Boioc, John E. (See Boice, William B. and J. E.) 

Boice, William B., Toledo, Ohio. Woodworking machine. 
2,344,502 : Mar. 21. 

Boice, William B., Toledo, Ohio. Woodworking machine. 
2,346,146; Apr. 11. 

Boice, William B. and J. E., Toledo, Ohio. Band saw. 

2.347.764 ; May 2. 

Boice, William B. and J. E., Toledo, Ohio. Band saw. 

2.347.765 ; May 2. 

Boileau, Arthur H., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Chicago, 111. Churn and 
butterworker. 2,359,744 ; Oct. 10. 

Boillat, Philippe, assignor to the firm Tavannes Machines 
Co., S. A., Tavannes, Switzerland. Automatic lathe. 
2.339,140; Jan. 11. 

Boillat, Philippe, assignor to the firm Tavenncs Jia- 
chines Co. S. A., Tavennes, Switzerland. Lathe. 
2.348,052 ; May 2. 

Boinot, Firniin C., Melle, France ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Saccharifying cellulosic materials 
by means of diluted mineral acids. 2,356,500 ; Aug. 
22. 

Boisclair, Maurice A. (See Sheps, L. J., Boisclair, Cooper, 
and Fristensky.) 

Boisseau, Alexander C. (See Gayer, J. D., Frank, and 
Boisseau.) 

Boisseau. Alexander C, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Pumpproof switch control sys- 
tem. 2,346,147 ; Apr. 11. 

Boisseau, Alexander C, Lansdowne, and B. S. Beall, 
Ijlanerch, Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electric control system. 2,349,647 ; May 23. 

Boissevain, Matthijs G. J. (See Keinhardt, A. E., Bois- 
spvain, Shapiro, and Cady.) 

Boissonou, Clifford J., Concord, and W. J. Yates, Mar- 
tinez, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Insecticidal composition. 2,351,583; 
June 20. 

Boivie, Jean I. R., Stockholm, Eweden. Gas purifier. 
2.347,731 ; May 2. 

Bok, Arthur B.. assignor to Kent-Owens Machine Com- 
panv. Toledo, Ohio. Milling machine. 2,359,295 ; 
Oct.' 3. 

Bokenkroger, William H. (See Avery, T. M., and Boken- 
kroger.) 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Verona. N. J., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation. Piezo crystal holder. 
2,362,797 : Nov. 14. 

Bokum, William F., Jenldntown, and J. W. Weber, as- 
signors lo Proctor & Schwartz, Incorporated, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. (Compensator for automatic feeds. 
2.353.541 ; July 11. 

Bolar. .Tames M., PTnyward, Calif. Steam power plant. 
2.343,] 05; Feb. 29. 

Bold. Ralph E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switchgear. 2,362,798 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Boldt, Kenneth. (See Ross, W. B., and Boldt.) 

Boldt. Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
* Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Brake control system. 
2.347.241 : Apr. 25. 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to AVagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo., Hydraulic actuating sys- 
tem. 2,351,098 ; June 13. 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
(Corporation. St. Louis, Mo. Two-way valve mechanism. 
2,354,791 ; Aug. 1. 

Boldt. Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Braking system. 
2.3fiO.S4.'? ; Ort. 24. 

Bolen, Edward P., and A. C. Lind, assignors to National 
Automotive Fibres, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Trim panel. 
2.347. R06 ; j\Lay 2. 

Bolen, Edward P., and E. R. Detrick, asfignors to National 
Automotive Fibres, Inc., Detroit, Jlich. Trim panel. 
2.349.139 ; May 16. 

Bolen. Edward P.. and E. R. Detrick, assignors to National 
AutoTiiotive Fibres, Inc., Detroit, Blich. Trim panel. 
2.349,140; May 16. ' 

Bolen. John E. (See Bauman, G. C, Bolen, and Thomp- 
son.) 

Bolens, Harry W., Port Washington, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Automatic Products Company, Milwau- 
kee, Wis. Tilting chair. 2,359,966 ; Oct. 10. 

Bolesky, John D., assignor to Jletals & Controls Corpora- 
tion, Attleboro, Mass. Switch. 2.345.451 ; Alar. 28. 

Bolidens Gruvakticholag. (See Lindblad, A. R., and 
Malmqvist, assignors.) 

Bolinder's Fabrilcs Aktiebolag. (See Bilde, Tord E. D., as- 
signor.) 

Bolin^er. George N., assignor to Sta-Hite Ginnie-Lou, Inc.. 
Shelbyville. 111. Hair ornnment. 2.357.871 : Sept. 12 

Bolkow, Ludwig, Augsburg, Germany, vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Aircraft plane. 2,365,382 ; Dec. 
19. 

BoUand, William E., Nechells. Birmingham, assignor to 
L. H. Newton & Co. Ltd.. Birmingham, England. Cold 
forging machine. 2.362.970 : Nov. 21. 

BoUge, Marcel. (See Boll6e, P. and M.) 



Bolide, Pierre and M., Le Mans, France ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Testing hardness of ma- 
terials. 2,348,782 ; May 16. 

Boiler, Ernest R., Hudson, and R. F. Remler, Lakewood, 
Ohio, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Fiberboard. 2,349,698; May 
23. 

Boiler, Wilhelm, Zurich, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Oerlikon, Oerllkon, Switzerland. Electrolyzer cell. 
2,350,669 ; June 6. 

Bolles, Myrick N., Brookings, S. Dak. Electrical con- 
nection. 2,364,124 ; Dec. 5. 

BoUey, Don S., Brooklyn, assignor to National Lead Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Production and purification of 
fatty oils. 2,352,883 ; July 4. 

BoUey, Herschel C, assignor to H. A. Douglas Mfg. Co., 
Bronson, Mich. Electric switch. 2,348,519 ; May 9. 

Bolli, Bernhard, and H. Bek, assignors to Soci^tS Anonyme 
Adolph Saurer, Arbon, Switzerland. Fuel injection 
pump for internal-combustion engines. 2,361,817 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Boiling, Diana. (See Block. R. J., and Boiling.) 

Bollwerk, Cornelius A., St. Louis, JIo. Turning machine. 
2.362,533 ; Nov. 14. 

Bolser, Clark M., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Repackablei 
adjustable oil filter cartridge. 2,364,017 ; Dec. 12. 

Bolsey, Jacques. (See Bogopolsky, Jac(iues.) 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Mirror for reflex 
cameras. 2,352,177; June 27. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Support for lens 
blanks and processes of securing lens blanks to said 
supports. 2,352,178; June 27. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Lens centering device. 
2,352,179 ; June 27. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Machine for the treat- 
ment of lenses. 2,352,180 ; June 27. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Camera with remov- 
able film magazine. 2,352,181 ; June 27. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Film developer. 

2.359.611 ; Oct. 3. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Film loading device. 

2.359.612 ; Oct. 3. 

Bolt, Carel C. (See Oppenauer, R., and Bolt.) 

Bolt, John A., and C. M. Hull, assignors to Standard Oil 
Company. Chicago, 111. Diesel fuel. 2,361,080 ; Oct. 
24. 

Bolton, John W., & Sons, Inc. (See Schueler, Fred C, 
assignor.) 

Bombardier, Joseph A., Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. Ski 
suspension. 2,343,526 ; Mar. 7. 

Bombardier, Joseph A., Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. Chain 
tread vehicle. 2,346,351 ; Apr. 11. 

Bombardier, Joseph A., A'alcourt, Quebec, Canada. Trac- 
tion device. 2,355,266 ; Aug. 8. 

Bonas, William K., Parkville, assignor to The Glenn L. 
Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Wire bundle 
clamp. 2.338,754; Jan. 11. 

Bond, Allen M., Jr., assignor to Brown & Williamson 
Corporation, Louisville, Ky. Wetproof cigarette paper. 
2,348,324 ; May 9. 

Bond, Donald C, Norlhbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Drilling mud. 2,354,648 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Drilling mud. 2,357,497 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Drilling mud. 2,360,544 ; Oct. 
17. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Drilling mud. 2,305,383 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and C. W. Botsford, Niles 
Center, assignors to The Pure Oil Companv, Chicago, 
111. Foam prevention. 2,349,585 ; Blay 23. 

Bond, Donald S. (See Carlson, W. L., and Bond.) 

Bond Foundry & Machine Company. (See Noros, George 
C, assignor.) 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to Hou- 
dry Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Active con- 
tact mass 2,338,089 ; Jan. 4. 

Bond. Walter L., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cono- 
scope. 2.352,072 ; June 20. 

Bond, Walter L., Stewart Jlanor, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Work supporting fixture. 2,357.307 ; Sept. 5. 

Bond, William G. (See Stout, P. S., Bond, and Ladner.) 

Bond, William G., Holly Oak, and A. Sellers, Jr., Belle- 
vue, assignors to F. F. Sloconib Corporation, Wilming- 
ton. Del. Hide planimeter. 2,360,545 ; Oct. 17. 

Bondeson, Herman A. (See Grosser, C. E., and Bondeson.) 

Bondeson, Herman A., Providence, assignor to Standard 
Machinery Company, Cranston, R. I. Applying metal 
bands to articles of manufacture. 2,353,008 ; July 4. 

Bondy. Otto, Worcester Park, and A. G. Grant, Darling- 
ton, England. Storage tank or container and like shell 
structure. 2.355,947 ; Aug. 15. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, gwissvale. Pa. Railway 
switch operating apparatus. 2,348.707 ; Jlay 16. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Circuit 
controller. 2,363,936 ; Nov. 28. 



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Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switcli & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
track switch operating apparatus. 2,365,800; Dec. 26. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, and K. J. J. McGowan, 
I'ittsburgh, assignors to The Union Switch and Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Torpedo signal for railways. 
2,362,347 ; Nov. 7. 

BoncbniUe, iJay JNI. (See Kouba, Charles M., assignor.) 

Bonewitz, I'aul W. (See Parker, M. E., and Bonewltz.) 

Boufiglioll, Knrico, Bologna, Italy ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Making ornamental figures. 
2,344,076 ; Mar. 14. 

Bonliote, Gerald, deceased, Basel, by M. BonbOte, Saint 
Blaise, administratrix, and E. A. Henzi. assignors to 
Society of Chemical Industry in Basle Basel, Switzer- 
land. Mono-azo dyestufts. 2,347,928; May 2. 

Bonliote, Marcelle, administratrix. (See Bonhote, G., and 
Henzi.) 

Bonilla, Saturnino T., New York, N. Y. Eye cup. 
2,352,610 ; July 4. 

Bonilla, Saturnino Tof6, New York, N. Y. Dispensing 
device. 2,301,594 ; Oct. 31. 

Bonilla, Saturnino T., New York, N. Y. Breathing de- 
vice. 2,362,240 ; Nov. 7. 

Bonnaire, Claud, London, England. Sheet to make blank, 
printed, or written envelopes and the like. 2,351,805 ; 
June 20. 

Bonner, Edwin K., Jr. (See Bowen, J. M., and Bonner.) 

Bonner, James. (See English, J., Jr., Bonner, and Haagen- 
Smit.) 

Bonneville Limited. (See Ferris, Lockwood W., assignor.) 

BonnhofE, Herbert. (See Scharpenberg, E., and Bonn- 
hoif.) 

Bonnier, Claude E., Neuilly-sur-Selne, France; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Carburetor. 2,363,223 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Bonnier, Claude E., Neuilly-sur-Seine, France ; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Pneumatic speed regu- 
lator for engines. 2,365,384 : Dec. 19. 

Bonnifield, West B., Sioux City, Iowa. Boomerang. 
2.361,988 ; Nov. 7. 

Bonnot Company, The. (See Zimmerman, James J., as- 
signor. ) 

Bonorden, Allen R., Plainfield, N. J., and P. V. Koos, Wood- 
side, J. A. Krecek, New Rochelle, W. V. K. Large, 
Glenwood Landing, and T. A. Marshall, Floral Park, as- 
signors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Inverse neutral telegraph repeater 
concentration group switching. 2.349,586 ; May 23. 

Bonsack, Walter, South Euclid, assignor to The National 
Smelting Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 

2.357.449 ; Sept. 5. 

Bonsack, Walter, South Euclid, assignor to The National 
Smelting Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 

2.357.450 ; Sept. 5. 

Bonsack, Walter, South Euclid, assignor to The National 
Smelting Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 

2.357.451 ; Sept. 5. 

Bonsack, Walter, South Euclid, assignor to The National 
Smelting Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 

2.357.452 ; Sept. 5. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard 
Railway Devices Company. Refrigerator car construc- 
tion. 2,338,993; Jan. 11. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Railway Equipment Manu- 
facturing Company. Air circulating means for refrig- 
erator cars. 2,343,395; Mar. 7. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipnipnt Manufacturing Company. Car roof. 
2,350,213; May 30. 

Bonstow, Thomas L., and A. E. Margolis, London, Eng- 
land. Method and means for assisting the take-off of 
Inndplnnes. 2.355,948: Aug. 15. 

Bonte, Frederick R., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Graphitic steels. 
2.362,046 ; Nov. 7. 

Booge, James E. (See Keats. .T. L., and Booge.) 

Booge. James E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Composite pigments and 
producing. 2.361,986 : Nov. 7. 

Booge, James E., Wilmington, Del., and L. Stewart, 
St. George. Staten Island, N. Y.. assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. Titani- 
um pigment production. 2.361,987: Nov. 7. 

Booher, Ortis C. (See Kahl, F., and Booher.) 

Boon, William R., Blackley, M.anchester, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Man- 
ufacture of thiazolPd. 2,341,687: Feb. 15. 

Boone, .John K., Dallas, Tex. Rotary weed eradicator 
and harrow. 2,338.314: Jan. 4. 

Boone, Paul D., Washington, D. C. Vegetable oil re- 
fining. 2.351.184; June 13. 

Boonron Molding Company. (See Sayre, Gordon B., as- 
signor. 

Boor, Arthur. (See Read. C. E., Nickelsen, and Boor.) 

Boor, Arthur. (See M'hisler, R. H., Jr., Read, Nickelsen, 
and Boor.) 

Boor, Arthur, Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Monroe Auto 
Enuipment Company, Monroe, Mich. Shock absorber. 
2,.338,162 ; Jan. 4. 

Boor. Arthur. Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Monroe Auto 
Equipment Company, Monroe, Mich. Shock absorber. 
2,360,755 ; Oct. 17. 



Boor, Ladislav, Darien, Conn., assignor to American Cyan- 
anud Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus and 
method for testing paint films. 2,349,699 ; May 23. 

Boorstin, Henry. (See Proulx, Leo K., assignor.) 

Boose, Elmer S., Two Rivers, Wis. Arrowhead. 2,350,581 ; 
June 6. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Oil interceptor. 
2,348.723 ; May 16. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Grease Interceptor. 
2,362,447 ; Nov. 14. 

Boosey, Lawrence N., Detroit, Mich. Flow control T. 
2,345,787; Apr. 4. 

Booth, Alfred, Pendleton, Salford, assignor of one-half to 
F. II. Coles, Epsom, Surrey, England. Variable speed 
gear. 2,341,076 ; Feb. 8. 

Booth, Charles F. (See Durgin, C. B., Foster, and Booth.) 

Booth, Earl C. (See Noblitt, Q. G., Booth, and Hamil- 
ton.) 

Booth, ICarl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, 
Inc., Columbus, Ind. Bottle carrier. 2.347.807 ; .May 2 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, 
Inc., Columbus, Ind. Joint structure for metal tubing. 
2,350,582 ; June 6. 

Booth, Frank D., Cherokee, Iowa. Valve holder. 
2,365,385 ; Dec. 19. 

Booth, George M., Westfield, and M. H. Cubberley, as- 
signors to Wallace & Tiernan Co. Inc., Belleville, N. J. 
DifEuser-circulator. 2,352,767 ; July 4. 

Booth, Howard R. (See Smith, H. P., and Booth.) 

Booth, Irving E., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. In- 
denting machine. 2,358,787 ; Sept. 26. 

Booth, James H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thompson 
Products, Incorporated, Cleveland, Ohio. Adjustable 
link and clamp assembly. 2,340,301 ; Feb. 1. 

Booth, James H., and A. Venditty, Detroit, Mich , as- 
signors to Thompson Products Incorporated, Cleveland 
Ohio. Adjustable link assembly. 2,340.300 : Feb 1 

Booth, John G., Philadelphia, and L. Gess, Jenkintown, 
assignors to The Brown Instrument Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Temperature responsive device. 
2,345,175 ; Mar. 28. 

Booth, Lionel E. (See Thompson, J. W., and Booth.) 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Clarification of 
white water by froth flotation. 2.347,147: Apr. 18 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, Conn., and A. M. Webb, 
Bronxville, assignors to Chemical Construction Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Recovery of fatty substances 
by froth flotation. 2,352,365; June 27 

Booth, RolEe G. (See Brunton, B., and Booth ) 

Booth, Sheldon M., Chicago, 111. Mounting tools. 
2.351,741 : Junp £0. 

Booth, Thomas R., assignor to Railway Service and 
Supply Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Cleaning and 
renovating waste. 2,348.597 ; May 9. 

Boothby, Walter M., and A. H. Bulbulian, Rochester, 
Minn. Oxygen mask. 2,348,277 ; May 9. 

Boothby, ^\■alter M., and W. R. Lovelace, II, Rochester, 
Minn. Oxygen-delivering parachute escape outfit. 
2,360,193; Oct. 10. 

Booty, Philip C. P., Chicago, 111. Dispenser. 2,359,613 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Booty, Philip C. P., Chicago, assignor to C. G. Jansky,. 
Oak Park, Til. Bird or shuttlecock. 2,3.59.726 ; Oct. 3. 

Borah, John E., Penn Township, St. Joseph Countv, Ind. 
Locking means for shipping boxes. 2,338,315 ; Jan. 4. 

Borah, .Tohn E., Osceola, Ind. Extensible rack. 2,354.938 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Borchardt, Lester F., and W. Brastad, Minneanolis, Minn., 
assignors to General Mills. Inc. Vaporizing device. 
2.355.414; Aug. 8. 

Borchers, Earl, assignor to American Cabinet Hardware 
Corporation, Rockford, 111. Catch. 2.342.831 : Feb. 29. 

Borchers. Earl, .issignor to American Cahinpt Hardware 
Corporation, Rockford, 111. Catch. 2,342,832 ; Feb. 
29. 

Bordeaux, Louis A. (See Chouinard, A. F., and Bor- 
deaux.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Beardslee, Arthur C, as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Corwin, J. F., and White, 
assignors.) ■;. 

Borden Company, The. (See Shipstead, H., and Brant, 
assignors.) 

Borden Company, The. (See White, Robert C, assignor.) 

Borden, Henry M., Minneapolis, Minn. Applicator. 

2,351,476 ; June 13. 
Borden, Joseph H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to At- 
lantic Elevator Company. Motor control system. 
2.??51.3-'6 : .Tune 13. 

Borden, Stephen W.. Summit, N. J. Resistance compara- 
tor. 2,341.854; Feb. 15. 
Border, Lawson E., Alton, 111., assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company. San Francisco. Calif. Method for re- 
conditioning used solutizer solutions. 2,358,61? ; Sept. 
19. 
Border, Lawson E., Wood River, and E. T. Gerhart. Ed- 
wardsville. III., assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Production of concen- 
trate<l sodium hydrosulphide solutions. 2,346,550 ; 
Apr. 11. 
Bordon Company, The. (See Bradshaw, L., and Mac- 
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Bcrdon Mfg. Co. ' (See Bourque, Pliilip, assignor.) 
Bordon Mfg. Go. (See Donnelly, Thomas S., Jr., as- 

sisnor.) 
Bordon Mfg. Co. (See Van Dyke, Frank G., assignor.) 

Boiee, Kay C, and J. A. Towusend, Jacksonville, Fla. ; 
said Towcsend assignor to said Boree. Steel plate 
clamp. 2,341,421 ; Feb. 8. 

Boren, John W., Marinette, Wis. Heating and humidify- 
ing attachment for bassinets. 2,365,243 ; Dec. 19. 

Borer, William J., Tekamah, Nebr. Kotary engine. 
2,341,203 ; Feb. 8. 

Borg, George VV., Corporation. (See Gibbs, Thomas B., 
assignor.) 

Borg. George W., Corporation. (See Fink, J., and Gibbs, 
assignors.) 

Borg, George W., Corporation. (See Gibbs, T. B., Brown, 
and Wickham, assignors.) 

Borg, George W., Corporation. (See Gibbs, T. B., and 
Fink, assignors.) 

Borg, (jeorge W.. Corporation. (See Warmey, B. A., and 
Moreland, assignors.) 

Borg Warner Corporation. (See Anderson, Edmund B., 
assignor.) 

Borg- Warner Corporation. (See Berg, Louis B., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Berg, L. B., and Stuhl- 
man, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Carnagua, Harold B., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Conkle, Carl J., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Delahan, E. H., and 
Frojd, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Doderer, Adolph W., 
assignor.) 

Borg-\\arner Corporation. (See Dodge, Adiel 1'., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Emerson, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Flinn, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Haigh, Vaughn, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Ingersoll, Roy C, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, H., and Smirl, as- 
signors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Orr, Palmer, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Reed, Harold V., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Simpson, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Smirl, Richard L., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swenncs, Benjamin A., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See White, Samuel O., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Zeidler, Reinhold C, as- 
signor.) 

Borgeat, Denis, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Rotary 
toothbrush. 2,342,833 : Feb. 29. 

Borgerd, William E., Riverside, J. Johnsen, .and L. H. 
Hinkcl, Chicago, 111., assignors to International Har- 
vester Company. Refrigerator. 2,340,287 ; Apr. 11. 

Borgeson, Carl A., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telegraphic auc- 
tion system. 2,350.146: Mav 30. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Terpene compounds. 2,338,797 ; Jan. 
11. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Terpene compound. 2,338,798 ; Jan. 
11. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Washing treatment. 
2,343,639 ; Mar. 7. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany. Wilmington, Del. Esters of terpene compound. 
2.,347,929 ; M<ay 2. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene ether. 2,350,147; 
May 30. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Polymerized resin alcohol. 
2.350,384 ; June 6. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Emulsion. 2,351,912 ; June 
20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany. Wilmington, Del. Brewer's pitch composition. 
2.358.207 : Sept. 12. 

Borkland, Gustave W., Chicago, 111. Making cupped for- 
mations of thermoplastic sheet material. 2,357,806; 
Sept. 12. 

Borkowski, Casimer J., Chicago, and J. L. Schille. Berwyn, 
111., assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Best 
Foods. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Preparation of hydro- 
genated glyceridic oil. 2.365,045 : Dec. 12. 

Borland, James E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Mine hoist control. 2,351,911 ; June 20. 

Borm, Ferdinand H., Elgin, 111. Pneumatic body and 
fender hammer. 2.346,532 ; Apr. 11. 

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Candle follower. 



Roof scaffold. 



Bormann, Frederic, Ipswich, S. Dak. 
2,349,072 ; May 16. 

Bom, Richard J., Hampton, Va. 
2,341,510 : Feb. 15. 

Born, Woldemar, Stuttgart, Germany ; vested in tha 
Alien Property Custodian. Gun barrel. 2,345,089 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Bornemann, Ferdinand, and H. Pluber, Wiesbnden- 
Biebrich, Germany; vested in the Alien Property Cus- 
todian. Bar soap composition. 2,342,786 ; Feb. 29. 

Bornemann, Otto, Berlin Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Floating swivel ring for nonskid 
chains. 2,349,935 ; May 30. 

Bornemann, William. (See Tuttle, C. BI., and Borne- 
mann.) 

Bernstein, Leopold F., Wilmington, Del. Allaying and 
binding coal particles or dust and the like. 2,346,050 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Bornzin, James H. (See Raney, R. R., and Bornzin.) 

Borracci, Pasquale, Florence, Italy ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Submarine mine. 2,344,483 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Borresen, William Y. (See Bissout, H. A., and Bor- 
resen.) 

Borsolf, Victor N. (See Neely, G. L., Farrington, and 
Borsolf.) 

Borst, Theodore E., Clinton, N. Y., assignor to S. W. 
Meek, Greenwich, Conn. Method and composition of 
growing plants with solutions. 2,350,982; June 13. 

Bortou, Alwyn E., South Orange, assignor to Associated 
Patentees, Inc., Ampere, N. J. Cartridge link manu- 
facture. 2,347,930 ; May 2. 

Borton, Alwyn E., South Orange, assignor to Associated 
Patentees, Inc., Ampere, N. J. Cartridge link manu- 
facture. 2,353,632 ; July 18. 

Borton, George W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Crusher Company, New York, N. Y. Crushing 
machinery. 2,355,050 ; Aug. 8. 

Borton, Robert O., Cambridge, Mass., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Making 
sponge rubber. 2,342,526 ; Feb. 22. 

Bosch, Lester L., Cincinnati, Ohio. Vehicular speed re- 
sponsive device. 2,302,971 ; Nov. 21. 

Bosch, Lester L., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The Trum- 
bull Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Alternating current network. 2.305,514 ; Dec. 19. 

Boshkoff. George J., Snyder, assignor to The Linde Air 
Products Company, New York, N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for dispensing and conserving gas material. 
2.302,984 ; Nov. 21. 

Bosma, Alfred S., New Holstein, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hart-Carter Company, Peoria, 111. 
Outboard motor. 2,346.148; Apr. 11. 

Bosman, Alex. (See Levine, A., and Bosman.) 

Bosom worth, George P., assignor to The Firestone Tire 
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tire inspection. 
2,339,550; Jan. 18. 

Bosomworth, George P., assignot to The Firestone Tire 
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Automatic control 
device. 2,354,431 ; July 25. 

Bosomworth, George P., and H. G. Hager, assignors to The 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vul- 
canization. 2,339,541 ; .Tan. 18. 

Bosomworth, George P., and E. S. Heck, assignors to The 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vul- 
canizer. 2,3.39,553 ; Jan. 18. 

Boss, Gerard H., assignor to The Glenn L. Martin Com- 
pany, Middle River, Md. Engine mount. 2,359,822 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bossard, Werner. (See Krebser, A., Bossard, and Kuster. ) 

Bossart, Otto A., Racine, assignor to Perfex Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Radiator fan shroud. 2,355,619 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Bossart, Paul N. (See Grondahl, L. O., and Bossart.) 
Bossart, Paul N., Cheswick, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway signal ap- 
paratus. 2,344,283; Mar. 14. 
Bossi, Romeo A., Newton Center, Mass. Double-acting 

pump. 2,364,511 ; Dec. 5. 
Boston, John P. (See Peters, M. F., Boston, and Taylor.) 
Boston Machine V\'orks Company. (See Osgood, Walter 

P.. assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Harred, George H., 
assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Lindstrom, Charles 
M.. assignor.) 

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company. (See Knowland. 
T. M., and Bleher, assignors.) 

Bostrum. Enoch, assignor to Osmose Wood Preserving 
Company of America, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Composition 
and preserving wood. 2,344,019 ; Mar. 14. 

Bostwick, Henry C, Cranford, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Thermo- 
stat structure. 2.350.148 : May 30. 

Bostwick, Lee G., and J. H. King, Chatham, N. J., as- 
signors to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Acoustic delay device. 2,351,913 ; 
June 20. 

Botany Worsted Mills. (>See Andreotto, Angelo, assignor.) 

Botany Worsted Mills. (See Belli, John, assignor.) 

Botany Worsted Mills. (See Staines, Samuel E., as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Boteiweg, Dirk, and P. C. W. .Slooff, Eindhoven, Nettier- 
lands, assignors to Radio Corporation of America, New 
Yorl%, N. Y. Wireless transmitting or receiving set. 
2,351,185 ; Juno 13. 

Botsford. Charles \V. (Soe Bond, D. C, and Botsford.) 

Botsford, Nelson, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Transmission monitoring system. 2,362,348 ; Nov. 7. 

BOttger, Hans. (See Herrmann, 0., Wunderer, and 
BOttgor.) 

Botti, Edniond C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Lead 
ehromate pigment production. 2,365,171 ; Dee. 19. 

Bottomley, Frank, Barrington, R. I., assignor to Ste- 
venson Engineering Corporation. Liquid seal. 
2,365,046 ; Dec. 12. 

Bottrill, David H., assignor to Canadian Car & Foundry 
Companv Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Appara- 
tus for landing airplanes. 2,346,633 ; Apr. 11. 

Boucek, Jan, Los Angeles, Calif. Marine vessel. 
2.341,077 ; Feb. 8. 

Boucher, Charles L. (See de Lange, C, and Boucher.) 

Boucher, Charles P., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Bouclicr Inventions Ltd., Washington, D. C. Elec- 
trical transformer apparatus. 2,343,365 ; Mar. 7. 

Boucher, Charles P.. I'aterson, N. J., assignor to Boucher 
Inventions, Ltd., Washington. D. C. Adjustable trans- 
former. 2,353,542; July 11. 

Boucher, Charles P., Paterson, and F. A. KuW, Ridge- 
wood, N. J., assignors to Boucher Invention.s, Ltd., 
Washlngon, D. C. Luminescent tube system and appa- 
ratus. 2,351.914 ; June 20. 

Boucher, Charles P., Paterson, and F. A. Kuhl, Ridge- 
wood. N. J., assignors to Boucher Inventions, Ltd., 
Washingon, D. C. Luminescent tube system and appa- 
ratus. 2.351,915 ; June 20. 

Boucher, Charles P., Paterson, and F. A. Kuhl, Ridge- 
wood, N. J., assignors to Boucher Inventions, Ltd., 
Washington, D. C. Luminescent tube system and ap- 
paratus. 2.352,073 ; June 20. 

Boucher, Charles P., Fostoria, Ohio, and A. B. Noble, 
Verona. N. J., assignors to Boucher Inventions, Ltd. 
Fluorescent tube system and apparatus. 2,355,360 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Boucher, Cormack B., Seattle, Wash. Method and ap- 
paratus for making radiographs. 2,340,923; Feb. 8. 

Boucher, Cormack E., Seattle, Wash. Industrial radio- 
graphic apparatus. 2,360,036 ; Oct. 10. 

Boucher. Frnnk O. CSee Blair. D. W., and Boucher.) 

Boucher, Frank G., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Temperature control cir- 
cuit. 2,356,206; Aug, 22. 

Boucher, Frank O., Tulsa. Okla., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Borehole inclinometer, 
2,365,999 : Dec. 26. 

Boucher Inventions, Ltd. (See Boucher, Charles P., as- 
sisrnor.l 

Boucher Inventions, Ltd. (See Boucher, C. P., and Kuhl, 
assignors.) 

Boucher Inventions, Ltd. (Pf^e Boucher, C. P., and Noble, 
assignors.) 

Boucher, Jacqiies, Paris, France ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Centjifugally casting tubular 
bodies. 2.344,020; Mar. 14. 

Bouffard, Paul E.. Matane, Quebec, Canada. Log loading 
device. 2,359,287 ; Oct. 3. 

Bouget, Yves A.. West Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y', 
Strand handling apparatus. 2.347,392; Apr. 25, 

Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Companv, Incorporated, New York, N, Y. 
Wrench, 2,359,823; Oct. 10. 

Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, N, J,, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N, Y. 
Coating apparatus. 2,360,037 ; Oct, 10. 

Boughton, Olin W.. Victor, and H. F. Kurtz, assignors to 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Optical instrument. 2,363,388 ; Nov, 21. 

Boughton, Willis A., trustee, et al. (See Mansfield, W. R., 
and Hughes, assignors.) 

Bouhuys, Aleidus G.. Enka. and H, B, Carico, Asheville, 
.assignors to American Enka Corporation, Enka, N, C, 
Unwinding yarn, 2,349,237 ; May 23. 

Boulais Machine Company. (See Boulais, Wilfrid M., as- 
signor.) 

Boulais, Wilfrid M., assignor to Boulais Machine Com- 
pany, Upper Darby, Pa. Netted fabric machine. 
2,357,308 ; Sept, 5, 

Boulet. Gerald L,, assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y, Jlethod and apparatus for manufac- 
turing and controlling the grain size of barium sulphate, 
2.358,050 ; Sept. 12. 

Boulogne, Antonie P. (See Boulogne, Baltus and A. P.) 

Boulogne, Baltus and A. P., Pengalengan, near Bandoeng, 
Java. Netherlands East Indies ; vested In the Alien 
Property Custodian. Preventing wobbling of vehicles 
provided with pneumatic shock absorbers. 2,338,895 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Boulogne, Baltus and A. P., Pengalengan near Bandoeng, 
Java, Netherlands East Indies ; vested in the Allen 
Property Custodian. Pneumatic shock absorber. 
2,338,896 ; Jan. 11. 



Boulogne, Baltus and A. P., Pengalengan, near Bandoeng, 
Java, Netherlands East Indies ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Reducing the slanting to a side 
of pneumatically supported vehicles. 2,338,897 ; Jan. 
11. 

Boulton Paul Aircraft Limited. (See North, John D., 
assignor.) 

Bound, Rowland H,, assignor to Dowty Equipment Lim- 
ited, Cheltenham, England. Shock absorber. 2,356,444 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Boundy, Ray H. (See Amos, J. L., Boundy, and Stober.) 

Bourcier, Charles D., Grafton, Mass. Munitions and tac- 
tical use of the same, 2,353,386 ; .July 11. 

Bourges, Albert R,, New York, N, Y; Making color re- 
productions, 2,349,900 ; May 30. 

Bourland, James F. (See Hass, H. B.. and Bourland.) 

Bourne, James, Mount Vernon, N. Y. Crutch. 2,364,053 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bourne, Raymond D., Middletown, Ohio. Ice cream gob- 
let. 2,347,658 ; May 2. 

Bourne, Roland B,, West Hartford, assignor to The 
Maxim Silencer Company, Hartford, Conn. Spark 
arrester silencer. 2,339,834 ; Jan. 25. 

Bourque, Philip, assignor to Bordon Mfg. Co., Inc., De- 
troit, Mich. Electrode holder. 2,353,123 ; July 11. 

Boursman, Henry W., Scotia, N. Y., and J. B. Miles, Jr., 
Greenville, Del,, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electric arc apparatus. 2,358,620; Sept. 19. 

Bouschor, Harvey H., Detroit, Mich. Repairing machine 
tools and slide construction therefor. 2,340,4.50 ; Feb. 1. 

Boushelle, Charles A., Chicago, 111. Rug stretcher. 
2,345,232 ; Mar. 28. 

Boushey, Homer A., Hamilton Field, Calif. .let propul- 
sion device. 2,356,746 ; Aug. 29. 

Bousky, Samuel, Shaker Heights, assignor by mense as- 
signments to Jack & Heintz, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Rotor pivot. 2,361,741 ; Oct. 31. 

Bousman, Henry W., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Impulse counter motor. 2,364,421 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bousman, Samuel L, Berkeley, assignor to Western Ma- 
chinery Company, San Francisco, Calif. Diaphragm 
pump. 2,357,872 ; Sept. 12. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor to E. I, du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pest control. 
2,342,448 ; Feb, 22. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., Wilmington, Del., and H. G. Guy, 
Penn Township, Allegheny County, Pa., assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Pest controL 2,347.393; Apr. 25. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., Wilmington, and H. G, Guy, New- 
ark, assignors to E. I, du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del, Pest control. 2,365,047 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Bousquet, L'Roche G., Wilmington, Del., D. W, Young, 
Roselle, N. J,, and A. W. Low, Woodside, assignors to 
General Chemical Company, New York. N. Y. Manu- 
facture of titanium sulphate solutions. 2,349,936 ; 
May 30. 

Bouterious, Arthur H., assignor to Mills Sales Company, 
Ltd., Oakland, Calif. Remote control unit for motion 
picture machines. 2,365,859 ; Dec. 26. 

Bouton, Edgar M,, Nutley, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Elevator Company, Jersey City, N, J. Elevator 
control system. 2,361,170; Oct. 24. 

Bouton, George M., Madison, G. S. Phipps, Chath.am, and 
E. E. Schumaher, Maplewood, N. J., assignors to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Solder alloy. 2,351,477 ; June 13. 

Boutwell, Clarence E., Birmingham, Ala. Forming plastic 
solutions and incorporating solid filling material there- 
in. 2,353,991; July 18, 

Boutwell, Clarence E., Birmingham, Ala. Making com- 
posite printing plates. 2,355,949 ; Aug. 15. 

Bouzlane, George, Janesville, Wis. Surgical bandage. 
2,344,021 ; Mar, 14, 

Bovee, Eliad A., assignor to Motor Wheel Corporation, 
Lansing, Mich. Combustion apparatus. 2,341,355 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Bovee, Joseph E., Seattle, Wash. Attachment for drills. 
2,364,688 ; Dec. 12. 

Bowden (Engineers) Limited. (See Molson, Walter A., 
assignor.) 

Bowdil Company, The. (See Morrow, Harry M., as- 
signor.) 

Bowen, Charles V., Bethesda, Md., assignor to Claude R. 
Wickard, as Secretary of Agriculture of the United 
States of America, and his successors in office. In- 
secticide. 2,354,192 ; July 25. 

Bowen, Charles V., Bethesda, Md., assignor to Claude R. 
Wickard, as Secretary of Agriculture of the United 
States of America, and his successors in office. In- 
secticide. 2,354,193 ; July 25. 

Bowen, James 51,, Cape May Court House, N. J,, and B, K. 
Bonner, Jr,, Torresdale, assignors to S, L. Allen & Co., 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Sled. 2,357,928; Sept. 12. 

Bowen, Jessie, Wardville, Okla. Sleeping tent. 

2,345,377 ; Mar. 28. 
Bowen, John E., Grosse He, Mich., assignor to National 
Steel Corporation. Shelter. 2,364,941 ; Dec. 12, 

Bowen, Judson P. (See Swann, Lewis H.I 

Bowen, Merlin L. (See Hansen, W. O. and Bowen.) 



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Bowen, Myron W., Niles, Mich., assignor to Bendix Home 
Appliances, Inc., South Bend, Ind. Combined wator 
pump and valve. 2,353,871 ; July 18. 

Bovfen, Myron W., NUes, Alich., assignor to Bendix Home 
Appliances, Inc., South Bend, Ind. Solenoid. 
2,356,377 ; Aug. 22. 

Bowen Kesearch Corporation. (See McCrum, Walter I., 
assignor.) 

Bowen, S. R., Co. (See Phipps, John T., assignor.) 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Radiant heater. 
2,354,100 ; July 18. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Open steam box 
drier. 2,360,100 : Oct. 10. 

Bower, Byron F., St. Charles, assignor to Pines Engineer- 
ing Company, Aurora, 111. Tube-bending machine. 
2.357,873 ; Sept. 12. 

Bower, Charles, assignor to Reid and Sigrist Limited, 
Kirby Muxloe, England. Fastening of sheet material 
into frames and like members. 2,304,512 ; Dec. 5. 

Bower, George D., University City, assignor to Automatic 
Control Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Control mecha- 
nism. 2,348,951 ; May 16. 

Bower, John O., and J. P. Tarbos, assignors to Founda- 
tion for Clinical and Surgical Research, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Fluid sampling device. 2,355,620 ; Aug. 15. 

Bowerman, Martin, Alhambra, Calif. Wheel starter, 
2,347-,9S6 ; May 2. 

Bowers Battery Mfg. Co. (See Mena, Paul B., assignor.) 

Bowers, Charles E., Moylan, Pa. Welding helmet fric- 
tion joint assembly. 2,360,101 ; Oct. 10. 

Bowers, Frederick M. (See MalUart, Edmond B., as- 
signor.) 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Helmet connection 
for skullguards. 2,362,610 ; Nov. 14. 

Bowers, Orville C, New Castle, Pa. Safety razor. 
2,359,198 ; Sept. 26. 

Bowers, Roy L. (See Lauer, C. J., Bowers, and Forshee.) 

Bowers, Thomas A., Mattapoisett, assignor to Power Re- 
search Corporation, Boston, Mass. Piston ring means. 
2,345,176 ; Mar. 28. 

Bowers, Thomas A., Mattapoisett, assignor to Power Ke- 
search Corporation, Boston, Mass. Sheet metal piston 
ring. 2.346,204 ; Apr. 11. 

Bowers, Thomas A., Mattapoisett, assignor to Power Re- 
search Comporation, Boston, Mass. Piston ring. 
2,346,896 ; Apr. 18. 

Bowers, Thomas A., Mattapoisett, assignor to Power Re- 
search Corporation, Boston, Mass. Multipiece piston 
ring. 2,346,897 ; Apr. 18. 

Bowers, Thomas A., Jlattapoisett, assignor to Power Re- 
search Corporation, Boston, Jlass. JIaking slotted 
piston rings. 2,346.898 ; Apr. 18. 

Bowers, Thomas A., Matapoisett, assignor to Power Re- 
search Corporation. Boston, Mass. Reinforcing means 
• for piston rings. 2,346,899 ; Apr. 18. 

Bowers, William W., assignor to Wilson & Co. Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Preparing meat products. 2,352,611 ; July 4. 

Bowker, John E., Tusmore, Australia. Electrically op- 
erated motor vehicle. 2,348.053; May 2. 

Bowles, Leroy R. (See Lockwood, Elmer A., assignor.) 

Bowling Patents Management Corporation. (See 
Schmidt, Gottfried J., assignor.) 

Bowling, Robert T., assignor to Potlatch Forests, Inc., 
Lewiston, Idaho. Forming composite boards. 

2..344,488 : Mar. 21. 

Bowman. Alick. Lincoln, England. Ticket printing and 
issuing machine. 2.361.257; Oct. 24. 

Bowman, Charles H., La Grange, 111., assignor to Trojan 
Powder Company, Allentown, Pa. Explosive cartridge. 
2.345,654 ; Apr. 4. 

Bowman, Edward F., Boston, assignor to E. T. Wyman, 
Brookline, Mass. Protective sheath for medical and 
surgical use. 2,358,440 ; Sept. 19. 

Bowman. Henry V., Minneapolis, assignor to Bowman 
Products, Incorporated, St. Paul, Minn. Crate. 
2.346.205; Apr. 11. 

Bowman, Kenneth K. (See Edwards, M. A., and Bow- 
man.) 

Bowman, Lura E., Asheville, N. C. Leg rest. 2,346,722 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Bowman, Jlax I., and H. Packer, Dayton, Ohio. Cleaning 
composition and process. 2.356,747 ; Aug. 29. 

Bowman, Philip G., St. Paul, Minn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Regulator system. 2,360,102 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bowman Products, Incorporated. (See Bowman, Henry 
v., assignor.) 

Bowman, Roy N. (See Hawk, W. L., and Bowman.) 

Bown, Samuel, St. Louis County, assignor to Interna- 
tional Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. Making shoes. 
2.346,651 ; Apr. 18. 

Bowne & Co. (See Stanley, Edmund A., assignor.) 

B0W.S, Harry, Lns Angeles, and A. lannessa, Inglewood, 
Calif., assignors to S. Karpen & Bros., Chicago, 111. 
Mattress and making the same. 2,363,637 ; Nov. 28. 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Baldwin, I. W., and 
Marvel, assignors.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Griffith, Clement P., as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., Company. (See Griffith, C. P., and Barr, 
as.slsnora.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Harvuot, Frank B., 
assignor.) 



Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Klopfenstein, Gerald J., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Pressler, Ralph B., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, Theron L., assignor to The Stromberg-Carlson 
Telephone Manufacturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Crossbar switch system. 2,362,448 ; Nov. 14. 

Bowser, Theron L., and F. H. Slaymaker, assignors to 
The Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Three-dimensional crossbar 
switch system. 2,351,584 ; June 20. 

Bowsher, Lawrence H., assignor to The Ohio Steel Foun- 
dry Company, Lima, Ohio. External chill means for 
metal castings. 2,360,392 ; Oct. 17. 

BowsUy, Merle C, Houston, Tex., assignor to Lane-Wells 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Inductive-capacitive elec- 
trical logging. 2,358,441 ; Sept. 19. 

Box Blank Corporation. (See Glover, Ralph M., as- 
signor.) 

Box, Ernest R,, and F. E. Kerridge, assignors to Johnson, 
Matthey & Company, Limited, London, England. Manu- 
facture and production of photographic sensitive ma- 
terial. 2,366,083 ; Dec. 26. 

Boxell, Glen L., Greentown, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Cam operated ma- 
chine. 2.346,352; Apr. 11. 

Boxley, Joseph H., Richmond, Va. Nursing bottle. 
2 342 722 ■ Feb. 29. 

Boy'ce, Garfield l!, Ridley Park, Pa., and C. A. Castellan, 
assignors to American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Sizing device for winding machines. 2,361,428 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Boyce, John. (See Eustis, I. N., Boyce, and Olsen.) 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, Mo., and I. C. McKechnie, 
Detroit ; said McKechnie assignor to Chrysler Corpo- 
ration, Highland Park, Mich, and said Boyce as- 
signor to Carter Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, 
Mo. Transmission control structure. 2,364,774 ; Dec. 
12. 

Boyce, Reginald D., Denham, assignor to T. J. Macklnnon,. 
Richmond, England. Apparatus for cleaning oil. 
2,345,697 ; Apr. 4. 

Boyce Thompson Institute For Plant Research, Inc. (Seft 
Hitchcock, A. E., and Zimmerman, asaignors.) 

Boyce, W'illiam S., Denver, and M. L. Cantrell, Pueblo, 
assignors to The Colorado Fuel and Iron Corpoi-ation, 
Denver, Colo. Rail fastening. 2,357,498 ; Sept. 5. 

Boyce, William S., Denver, and M. L. Cantrell, Pueblo, 
assignors to The Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, 
Denver, Colo. Rail fastening. 2,357,499 ; Sept. 5. 

Boyd, George S., East Cleveland, Ohio. Machine center. 
2,353,009 ; July 4. 

Boyd, John, Forest Hills, and P. R. Eklund, Wilkinsburg, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Bearing assembly. 
2,356,027 ; Aug. 15. 

Boyd, John G., Oakland, and C. M. Hane, Contra Costa 
County, Calif. Blast cleaning device. 2,358,557 ; Sept. 
19. 

Boyd, John M., L. E. Cllfcorn, and G. T. Peterson, Chi- 
cago, 111., assignors to Continental Can Company, Inc., 
Now York, N. Y. Method of and apparatus for remov- 
ing air from the head spaces of filled cans. 2,362,799 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Boyd, William H., Drexel Hill, assignor to General Re- 
fractories Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace wall 
construction. 2,349,700 ; May 23. 

Boyden, J. Hanson, et al. (See McFall, Robert J., as 
signor.) 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Cleat. 2,340,924 ; Feb. 8. 

Boye, James H., assignor to J. H. Boye Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Repair device for chairs. 
2,363,041 ; Nov. 21. 

Boye, James H., Manufacturing Company. (See Boye, 
James H., assignor.) 

Boyer, Cheney K., Appleton, assignor to Consolidated 
Water Power & Paper Company. Wisconsin Rapids, 
Wis. Strainer for pulp digesters. 2,340,925 ; Feb. 8. 

Boyer, Frederick G. L., administrator. (See Boyer, Wil- 
liam J., assignor.) 

Boyer, Harold H., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,345,452 : 
Mar. 28. 

Boyer, Raymond F. (See Matheson, L. A., and Boyer.) 

Boyer, Raymond F., L. A. Matheson, and C. L. Moyle, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Light stabilized vinylidene chloride product. 2,344 489 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Boyer, Robert A., Dearborn, and E. E. Ensign, Ypsilantl, 
assignors to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. 
Magnesium production. 2,365,386 ; Dec. 19. 

Boyer, William F., Delair, N. J. Ship decking. 2,348,188 : 
May 9. 

Boyer, William J., deceased, Wilmington, Del., by F. G. 
L. Boyer, administrator, assignor to F. G. L. Boyer, 
Hamilton, Ohio. Making antiskid chains. 2,340,171 ; 
Jan. 25. 
Royes, William H. D. (See Fieldsend, E. C, and Boyes.) 
Boykin, John R., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, Bast 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Automatic level control. 2,345,026 ; 
Mar. 28. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Boylau, Henry W., F'lint, assignor to Detroit Lubricator 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 2,355,207 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Boylan, Louis A., Chicago, 111. Filling machine. 
2,359,082 ; Sept. 26. 

Boyle, A. S., Company, The. (See Ballou, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Boyle, Eugene G., San Francisco, Calif. Scissors. 
2,343,527 ; Mar. 7. 

Bovle, Jasper R., Maricopa County, Ariz. Saddle con- 
struction. 2,353,622 ; July 11. 

Boyle, Thomas, Detroit, Mich. Ship. 2,351,478 ; June 
13. 

Boyles, Edgar R., and C. M. Pattison, assignors to The 
Johnston Glass Co., Inc., Hartford City, Ind. Appa- 
ratus for forming combination curved and straight 
glass. 2,348,278 ; May 9. 

Boyles, Edgar R., and C. M. Pattison, assignors to The 
Johnston Glass Co., Inc., Hartford City, Ind. Appa- 
ratus for forming and annealing combination curved 
and straight glass. 2.348,279 ; May 9. 

Boylfs, Kuipli u., and li,. A. W illielm, assignors to 
Waterous Company. St. Paul, Minn. Centrifugal pump. 
2,350,983 ; June 13. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. "Valve latch de- 
vice for pneumatic piston pumps, differential type. 
2,338,707 ; Jan. 11. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Non-pipe-mash- 
ing wrench. 2,339,760 ; Jan. 25. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Fluid pressure 
regulator. 2,341,525 ; Feb. 15. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Differential 
stage lift flow device. 2,345,865 ; Apr. 4. 

Boynton, Ale.xander, San Antonio, Tex. Bottom hole 
regulator and choke in combination. 2,352,612 ; July 4. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Pressure regu- 
lator. 2,356,748 ; Aug. 29. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Pressure regulator 
for pneumatic tires. 2,357,807 ; Sept. 12. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Atmospheric re- 
sistance equalizing means for moving vehicles. 
2,361,924 ; Nov. 7. 

Boynton, Arthur J., Winnetka, and tJ. H. Stallings, Glen- 
wood, 111., assignors to Knowles Fuel Process Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Production of coke. 2,347,076 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Boynton & Company. (See Bradner, Harry W., as- 
signor. ) 

Boynton & Company. (See Drebes, Fred C, assignor.) 

Boyson, Carl V., Caldwell, assignor to Federal Telephone 
and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Inductor. 
2,340,731 ; Feb. 1. 

Boysworth, Ernest G., Rockingham, N. C. Water heater. 
2,340,638; Feb. 1. 

Brace, George A., Winnetka, 111., assignor to The 
Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 

2.345.453 ; Mar. 28. 

Brace, George A., Winnetka, 111., assignor to The 
Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 

2.345.454 ; Mar. 28. 

Brace, Porter H., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Supervisory apparatus. 2,339,754 ; Jan. 25. 

Brace, Porter H., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Mercury detecting method and apparatus. 
2,345,090 ; Mar. 28. 

Brace, Porter H., and C. S. Williams, Forest Hills, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electromagnetic test- 
ing machine chuck. 2,345,091 ; Mar. 28. 

Brach, L. S., Mfg. Corp. (See Brach, Leon S., assignor.) 

Brach, Leon S., East Orange, assignor to L. S. Brach 
Mfg. Corp., Newark, N. J. Antenna operating reel. 
2,344,490 : Mar. 21. 

Eracke, R. F., & Company. (See Bra eke, Robert P., as- 
signor.) 

Bracke, Robert F., Arlington Heights, assignor to R. F. 
Bracke & Company, Chicago, 111. Sanitary basin. 
2,358,139 ; Sept. 12. 

Bracken, Wallace H., Rye, N. Y. Garment carrying 
frame. 2,338,401 ; Jan. 4. 

Bracken, Wallace H., Rye, N. Y. Article of luggage 
2,339.907 ; Jan. 25. 

Brackett, George E., San Mateo, Calif. Extension jack, 
2,352.600; July 4. 

Brackett, Tracy F., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Duplicating mechanism 
2,348,280 ; May 9. 

Brackett, Tracy F., assignor to General Motors Corpora 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Variable feed mechanism. 2,362,449 
Nov. 14. 

Pracknoy. Howard W. (See Atlee. Z. J., and Brackney.'i 

Bradbury, Frederick D. (See Mercer, William M.. as 
signor.) 

Bradbury, William T., Millersport, assignor to Newark 
Stove Company, Newark, Ohio. Oven broiler. 
2,352,613 ; July 4. 

Braddock. John S., Grand Rapids, Mich. Serving plate. 
2,352,684 ; July 4. 

Braden.-John L., Burley, Idaho. Beet drill and seed mill 
2,358,208 I Sept. 12. 



Bradfield, Joseph L., Seattle, Wash., assignor of twenty- 
five per cent to P. W. Bradfield, Tacoma. Wash. Con- 
nection for heat exchange systems. 2.338,090 ; Jan. 4. 

Bradfield, Paul W. (See Bradfield, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Bradford, Colin I., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to Reming- 
ton Arms Company, Inc. Measuring instrument. 
2,350,545 ; June 0. 

Bradford Machine Tool Company, The. (See Weingart- 
ner, George A., assignor.) 

Bradford, William. (See Taylor, Edward C. assignor.) 

Bradford, William G., Whittier, Calif. Perforation 
cleaner for pipe. 2,345,027 ; Mar. 28. 

Bradley, Albert F., deceased, by E. Bradley, adminis- 
tratrix, assignor to Northwestern Steel and Wire Com- 
pany, Sterling, 111. Clutch mechanism. 2,365,244 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bradley, CUttord D., Aitkin, Minn. Automatic safety de- 
vice for headlight sy.stems. 2,342.639 : Feb. 29, 

Bradley, Edith, administratrix. (See Bradley, Albert F.) 

Bradley & (Jilbert Company, The. (See Natter, Clifford 
C. assignor.) 

Bradley, Gordon P., Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. Engine cooling apparatus. 2,345,233 ; Mar. 
28. 

Bradley, Harry L., River Hills, and H. Petersen, Wau- 
watosa. assignors to Allen-Bradley Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Terminal for electric switches. 2,342,177 : Feb. 
22. 

Bradley, John J., Jr., Dedham, assignor to Bird & Son, 
inc.. East Walpole, Mass. Removable floor covering 
and method. 2,341,078; Feb. 8. 

Bradley, John J., Cranford, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Chem- 
ical apparatus. 2,347.394 ; Apr. 25. 

Bradley, Richard S., assignor to A. P. Green Fire Brick 
Company, Mexico, Mo. Asso.y crucible and similar 
article. 2,339,4.54; Jan. 18. 

Bradley, Stephen D., Grosse Pointe Park, assignor to De- 
troit Macoid Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Plastic con- 
duit. 2,.340,926 : Feb. 8. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. 
Alkyd resin and preparing the same. 2,345,528; Mar. 
28. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. 
Asphaltic product and preparing same. 2,347,626 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Production 
of drying oils. 2,348.708 ; May 16. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Drying oil. 
2,350,583 ; June 6. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Amer- 
ican, Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Producing 
surface coverings containing oxvgen-convertible syn- 
thetic resins. 2,354,572 ; July 25. 

Bradley, ^Vi!liam E.. Northampton, assignor to Philco 
Radio and Television Corporation. Philadelphia; Pa. 
Automatic gain control for television receivers. 
2,355,701 ; Aug. 15. 

Bradley, William E., Los Angeles, and K. J. ICorpi, Be- 
dondo Beach, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Catalytic alkylation of 
isoparaffins. 2,3.59,.'i42 ; Oct. 3. 

Bradley, William E., Los Angeles, and K. J. ICorpi, Re- 
dondo Beach, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles. Calif. Alkylation of isoparaffinic 
hydrocarbons. 2.365,860 ; Dec. 26. 

Bradley, William H., assignor, by mesne assignments to 
Horton Manufacturing Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Ironing machine. 2,338,163 ; Jan. 4. 

Bradley, William T., St. Louis, Mich. Cutting tool.' 
2,357,379 ; Sept. 5. 

Bradnack, John H., and D. C. Thompson, Roanoke, Va., 
and H. C^. R. Folmer, Swarthmore, Pa., assignors to 
American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Skein 
winding machine. 2,354,792 ; Aug. 1. 

Bradner, Donald B., Mount Healthy, assignor to The 
Champion Paper and Fibre Company. Hamilton, Ohio. 
l\raking mated paper. 2.346.812; .Apr. 18. 

Bradner, Harry W., assignor to Boynton & Company, 
Chicago, 111. Follower for file drawers. 2,338,898 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Bradner, Harry W., assignor to Boynton & Company, 
Chicago, III. Follower for file drawers. 2,342,326 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Bradshaw. George B.. Wilmington, Del., and W. C. 
Meuly. New Brunswick N. J., assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Compnnv, Wilmington, Del. Prep- 
aration of dPtersents. 2.360.844; Oct. 24. 

Bradshaw, Lawrence, and C. F. MacLagan, Bralnbridge, 
assignors to The Bordon Company. New York, N. Y. 
Treating resin glues, and product produced. 2,358,683 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Bradshaw, Russell R., assignor to The Dow Chemical 
Company. Midland, Mich. Ethyl cellulose molding 
composition. 2,349,134 ; May 16. 

Bradshaw, Sidney B.. assignor to Armour and Company, 
Chicago. 111. Surgical string package. 2,357,996 ; 
Sept. 12. 



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Bradshaw, William H., Richmond, Va., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, AVilmington, Del. 
Yarn treatment. 2,340,577 ; Feb. 1. 

Bradshaw, William M., Summit, N. J., assignor to West- 
ingtonhouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pitsburgh, Pa. Measuring instrument. 2,345,028 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Bradt, Charles C. (See Reed, George E., assignor.) 

Bradt, Charles H., Groton, assignor to L. C. Smith & 
Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Duplicat- 
ing machine. 2,364,942 ; Dec. 12. 

Brady, Henry, Beckley, W. Va. Tripod base. 2,357,165 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Brady, .John B. (See Paulus, C. L., and Stout, assignors.) 

Brady, Samuel G., Royal Oak, assignor to The Gear 
(3rinding Machine Company, Hamtramck, Mich. Ma- 
chine for grinding racks. 2,348,281 ; Alay. 9. 

Brady. William H., Roselle, assignor to The .Singer Man- 
ufacturing Companv, Elizabeth, N. Y. Electrical rotor 
core. 2..S50.012 ; May 30. 

Bragg, Leslie B., Scotch Plains, N. J., assignor to Poster 
Wheeler Corporation, New York, N. Y. Heater. 
2,338,708 ; Jan. 11. 

Bragg, Leslie B., Scotch Plains, N. ,T., assignor to Foster 
Wheeler Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
electric resistance welding. 2,340.860 ; Feb. 8. 

Brahe, Dan S. and L. B., New Hartford, N. Y. Package 
coin inserting machine. 2,341.973 ; Feb. 15. 

Brahe, Lena B. (See Brahe, Dan S. and L. B.) 

Braithwaito, Albert W. (See Ale.xander, E. L., and 
Braithwaite.) 

Brake Equipment & Supply Co. (See Smith, Clarence J., 
assignor.) 

Braker, William. (See Harris, S. E., and Braker.) 

Braker, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., and W. A. Lott, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to E. R. Squibb & Sons, New 
York, N. Y. N-(amino-benzene-sulphonyl)-nitroso ani- 
lines and salts thereof, and preparing them. 2,347,242 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Braker, William, Brooklyn, and E. Pribyl, Astoria, as- 
signors to FJ. R. Squibb & Sons, New York, N. Y. Pre- 
paring dihydrodiethylstilbestrol and related compounds. 
2,359,019 : Sept. 26. 

Braley, William L., Springfield, Ohio, assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Vehicle or implement 
pole. 2,346,064; Apr. 4. 

Brallier, Paul S., and E. S. Nowicke, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Stauffer Chemical 
Company. Groundwood bleaching process. 2,359.891; 
Oct. 10. 

Braloff, Henry, Rockville Centre, N. Y. Wall structure. 
2,3,10,093 ; May 30. 

Braloff, Henry E., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Container. 
2.350,2T4: May 30. 

Braloff, Henry E., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Container. 
2,350,271 ; May 30. 

Braloff, Henry E., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Fire extin- 
guishing apparatus. 2,352,512 ; June 27. 

Bramble, Donald E., Chicago, 111. Safety lock for semi- 
trailers. 2,353,992 ; July 18. 

Bramble, Lloyd F., assignor to Trumbull Asphalt Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Waterproofing material and making 
the s.ame. 2,358,140 ; Sept. 12. 

Bramble, John H., Sharpsville, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & JIanufacturins Companv. East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Strap-stretching device. 2,349,608 ; May 23. 

Bramhall, Arthur, Livingston, N. J. Toilet signal device 
for training infants. 2,361,677 ; Oct. 31. 

Brammer. Harry, Leeds, England. Assembling of lami- 
nated driving belts. 2,362,185 ; Nov. 7. 

Bramming, Carl, Anderson, Ind., assignor to The Mantle 
Lamp Company of America, Chicago, 111. Lamp socket 
and switch construction. 2,352,248 ; June 27. 

Branco Corporation, The. (See Brandon, Martin, as- 
signor.) 

Brand, Herbert, Zollikon, Switzerland. Manufacturing 
lids for hermetically closing containers. 2,349,587 ; 
May 23. 

Brand, Herbert, Zollikon, Switzerland. Method and ap 
paratus for vacuumizing containers. 2,349,588 ; Mav 
23. 

Brand. Paul M. (See Chatterjea, P. K., and Brand.) 

Brandao, Manoel Dias dos Santos, Cambuquira, Brazil. 
Manual automatic device for indicating the favorable 
periods for conception in women. 2,350,219 ; May 30. 

Brandegee, Morris M., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Com- 
bustion Utilities Corporation, New York, N. Y. Oil 
gas generator. 2,345,529 ; Mar. 28. 

Branden, Michael B., Vancouver, Wash. Grapple. 
2.346.901 ; Apr. 18. 

Brandenburg, Hellmuth R., Cowell, assignor to Idaho 
Maryland Mines Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 
Producing magnesium sulphate from magnesium-bear- 
ing rocks. 2,345,655 ; Apr. 4. 

Brander, Bprtil J., Stockholm, Sweden. Shaving appara- 
tus. 2,365.861 : Dec. 26. 

Brandon, John R., Cramerton, N. C. Checkstrap for 
looms. Re. 22,509; July 4. 

Brandon, John R., Cramerton, N. C. Check strap for 
looms. 2,347,539 ; Apr. 25. 

Brandon, Martin, Villa Park, assignor to The Branco 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Appliance for railroad 
cars. 2,361,081; Oct. 24. 



Brandon, Richard C. (See Jones, M. C. K., and Bran- 
don.) 

Brandstrom, Fred, Westport, Conn., assignor to Manning, 
Slaxwell & Moore, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
ti'Ol unit tor compressor systems. 2,343.952 ; Mar. 14. 

Brandt Automatic Cashier Company. (See Sprenger, 
William H., assignor.) 

Brandt, David G., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Cities 
Service Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Dewaxihg oils. 
2,347,809 : May 2. 

Brandt, David G., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Cities 
Service Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Process and 
apparatus for separating wax from mineral oil solu- 
tions. 2.347,810 ; May 2. 

Brandt, David G., ^\'estfield, N. J., assignor to Cities 
Service Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
refining residual peti-oleum stocks. 2,352,513 ; June 27. 

Brandt, David G., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Cities 
Service Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Extraction of 
hydrocai'bons from natural gas. 2.355,588 ; Aug. 8. 

Brandt, David G., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Cities 
Service Oil Company, New Y'ork, N. Y. Recovery of 
light hydrocarbons. 2.355,589 : Aug. 8. 

Brandt, David G., Westfield, and S. J. Wynn, Riverton, 
N. J., assignors to Cities Service Oil Company, New 
York, N. Y. Method and apparatus for preparing dis- 
liersions. 2,303,937 : Nov. 28. 

Brandt, Edgar W., Paris, France, assignor to Sageb, 
Soeigtfi Anonyme de Gestion et d'exploitation de brevets, 
Pribourg, Switzerland. Lighting projectile. 2,362,534 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Brandt, Francis L. (See Le Gore, J. P., and Brandt.) 

Brandt, Francis L., Lynn. Mass., assignor to National 
Fireworks, Inc. Container. 2,364,943 ; Dec. 12. 

Brandt, Henry E., Noi-th St. Paul, .\liuu. Fire extin- 
guishing pump. 2,357,929; Sept. 12. 

Brandt Herman D., and J. Ij. Weinmann, St. Louis, Mo. 
Piston. 2,341,592 ; Feb. 15. 

Brandt, Richard, Berlin, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Removal of carbonic oxide from 
gases. "2,338,402 ; Jan. 4. 

Brandt, Robert L. (See Ross, J., Brandt, and Percy.) 

Brandt, Robert L., New York, N. Y., assignor to Colgate- 
Palmolive-Peet Company, Jersey City, N. J. Prepara- 
tion of aliphatic-aromatic sulphonates. Re. 22,548 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Brandt, Robert L., assignor to Coffee Products Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Coffee extraction process. 
2,345,378; Mar. 28. 

Brandt, Weldnn H. (See Horstman, C. C, and Brandt.) 

Brandwein, Reinhold. (See Goodman, L., and Brand- 
wein.) 

Brane, Warren G. (See Llmbert, J. K., Brane, and Mc- 
Clure.) 

Branham, Arthur K. (See Caldwell, C. W., and Bran- 
ham.) 

Branick, Charles E., Fargo, N. Dak. Tire spreader. 
2,347,311 ; Apr. 25. 

Branson, John C. S., Harborne, Birmingham, England. 
Memorandum appliance. 2,356,646 ; Aug. 22. 

Brant, Arthur P. (^3ee Shipstead. H., and Brant.) 

Brant, David O., Canoga Park, Calif. Milk strainer. 
2,340,302; Feb. 1. 

Brant, David O., Canoga Park, Calif. Composite cou- 
pling. 2,342,834 ; Feb. 29. 

Brant, Gilbert W., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Anti- 
static coating for film. 2,357,380 ; Sept. 5. 

Brantingham, Paul T., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to In- 
ternational Harvester Company. Automotive vehicle, 
2,356,375 ; Aug. 22. 

Brantingson, Sigurd. See Voight, H. G., and Branting-- 
son.) 

Brantingson, Sigurd, Hamden, assignor to Sargent & 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Door latch. 2,344,532 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Brantley, Lillard L. (See Stephens, Paul, assignor.) 

Brantz, Louis P., Philadelphia, Pa. Chair cart. 
2.362.186 : Nov. 7. 

Branzell, Arthur E., Karlstad, Sweden. L. GlOersen, 
Karhula, Finland, and J. C. P. C. Richter. Oslo, Nor- 
way, assignors to Aktiebolaget Kamyr, Karlstad, Swe- 
den. Apparatus for continuous digestion of fibrous 
material. 2,359,543 ; Oct. 3. 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., McFaull, and 
Braren.) 

Brase, George, Fresno, Calif. Apparatus for propelling 
and steering boats. 2,356,301 ;' Aug. 22. 

Brashear, Douglas W., Richmond, Va., assignor to The 
American Tobacco Company, New York, N. Y. Chain 
tor tobacco stemming machines. 2,359.824: Oct. 10. 

Brasher, Laurence J., Topeka, Kans. Traction motor 
control mechanism. 2,345,788 ; Apr. 4. 

Brass, Samuel. (See Worne, Howard E., assignor.) 

Brassell, Bryan, Puerto de Luna, N. Mex. Motion trans- 
mitting mechanism. 2,349,135; May 16. 

Brassert, Herman A., Washington, and J. C. Hartley, 
Norwalk, Conn., assignors to Minerals and Metals Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Preparation of manganese 
products. 2,361,925 ; Nov. 7. 

Brastad, William. (See Borchardt, L. P., and Brastad ) 

Bratton, Wilson T. (See da Roza, F. G., and Bratton.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Holding 
end loops in cables. 2,346.412 ; Apr. 11. 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Metalworlc- 
ing machine. 2,347,875 ; May 2. 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, and H. D. Baluss, Palmyra, Mich., 
assignors to American Chain & Cable Company, Inc., 
Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for proof testing the hold- 
ing efficiency between wire cables and fittings, etc. 
2,303,938 ; Nov. 28. 

Braucher, Harvev M., Baltimore, Md. Bulged can de- 
tector. 2,355,051 ; Aug. 8. 

Brauer, Rudoph E. (See Erieson, E. W., and Brauer.) 

Brauer, Walter, Oklahoma City, Okla. Flowing liquid 
from wells. 2,346,248 ; Apr. 11. 

Brauer, Walter, Oklahoma City, Okla. Universal milling 
attachment. 2,361,171 ; Oct. 24. 

Braun, Alexander N., New York, N. Y. Cluster bomb. 
2,348,240 ; May 9. 

Braun, Armond W., Grafton, Iowa. Timing device. 
2,342,327 ; Feb. 22. 

Braun, C. F., & Co. (See Haynes, Charles L., assignor.) 

Braun, Emil. (See Becker, O. W., and Braun.) 

Braun, Herman J. (See Veinott, C. G., and Braun.) 

Braun, Karl F., Clairton, and G. T. Griffiths, McKees- 
port, Pa., assignors to Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corpora- 
tion. Splashboard bracket for barges and the like. 
2,347,876 ; May 2. 

Braun, Richard, Stuttgart, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Tool with hard metal cutting 
edge. 2,351,916 ; June 20. 

Braun, Walter. Los Angeles, Calif. Shoe or similar ar- 
ticle. 2,348,952; May 16. 

Braunis, Stanley. (See Forsberg, Edgar E., assignor.) 

Brauus, Max R., Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Can- 
ada. Gas turbine. 2,358,301 ; Sept. 19. 

Braunsdorff, Reginald K., East Orange, assignor to Tung- 
Sol Lamp Works, Inc., Newark, N. .1. Manufacture of 
miniature incandescent lamps. 2,354,194 ; July 25. 

Brawn, Dennis F., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Eaton Man- 
ufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tank closure. 
2,346,723 ; Apr. 18. 

Brawn, Herbert A., Beauharnois, assignor to Howard 
Smith Paper Mills Limited, IMontreal, Quebec, Canada. 
Folding and interleaving machine. 2,344,022 ; Mar. 14. 

Bray, Alfred J.. Holliston, Blass. Belt splice cutting 
machine. 2,342,835 ; Feb. 29. 

Bray, John L., La Fayette, and R. E. Howard, West 
Lafayette, assignors to Purdue Research Foundation, 
La Favette, Ind. Electrodeposition of bright zinc. 
2,355,505; Aug. 8. 

Bray, Walter R., Kendall Township, Kendall County, 
111., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Gathering mechanism for har- 
vesters. 2,359,409 ; Oct. 3. 

Brazier, Charlie, Guntersville, Ala. Holder for ice cream 
cones. 2,344,937 ; Mar. 21. 

Brecht, FriedricR L., San Francisco, Calif. Dental bridge 
lock. 2,339,674; Jan. 18. 

Brecht, Winston A., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Turbine-driven locomotive apparatus. 
2,351,479 ; June 13. 

Breckenridge, Frank, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Washing apparatus. 2,343,742 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Breckenridge, Frank, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Cleaning apparatus. 2,343,743 ; Mar. 7. 

Breckenridge, Frank, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Rotor construction. 2,349,901 ; May 30. 

Breckenridge, Frank, and E. K. Clark, Mansfield, Ohio, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Laundry apparatus. 
2,356,816 ; Aug. 29. 

Breckenridge, Frank, Mansfield, Ohio, and R. J. Ridge, 
Lansdowne, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Man- 
ufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Cleaning 
apparatus. 2,356,817 ; Aug. 29. 

Bredtschneider, Walter, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany ; 
rested in the Allen Property Custodian. High-pressure 
steam generator. 2,344,077 ; Mar. 14. 

Breen, Charles. (See Soderholm. J. S., and Breen.) 

Breer, Carl, and P. C. Ackerman, Grosse Pointe, assignors 
to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Motor 
vehicle lighting. 2.360,469 ; Oct. 17. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 
Draft appliance. 2,339,614; Jan. 18. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, rs. 

Mex. Spiral oil filter. 2,344,590 ; Mar. 21. 
Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santo Fe, N. 
Mex. Bellows operated antiflooding device for liquid 
fuel burners. 2, .346, 813 ; Apr. 18. 
Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 

Mex. Burner with false bottom. 2,346,814 ; Apr. 18. 
Breese, James L.. assignor to Oil Devices. Santa Fe. N. 
Mex. Secondary air supply means for pot type burners. 
2.346,815; Apr. 18. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. .Side wall pilot. 2,346,816 ; Apr. 18. 



Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 

Mex. Safety control for liquid fuel burners. 2,348,709 ; 

May 16. 
Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 

N. Mex. Pot type burner. 2,350,872 ; June 6. 
Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 

Mex. Pot type burner and delivering secondary air 

thereto. 2,351,186 ; June 13. 
Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 

Mex. Foraminous bafile for pot-type burners. 

2.351.480 ; June 13. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. Foraminous pilot baffle for pot type burners. 

2.351.481 ; June 13. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 
Pot type burner and the delivery of secondary air. 
2,353,438; July 11. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Oil pilot with supplemental air supply. 
2,355,416 ; Aug. 8. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Pe, 
N. Mex. Liquid fuel burner and thermal control valve 
therefor. 2,355,417 ; Aug. 8. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Oil-burning pilot. 2,357,997 ; Sept. 12. 

Breese, James L., assignorto Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Liquid fuel burner. 2,361,911 ; Nov. 7. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Notched pilot baffle. 2,361,912 ; Nov. 7. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Liquid fuel control for hot water heaters. 
2,361,913 ; Nov. 7. 

Breese, James L., and B. Hayter, assignors to Oil Devices, 
Santa Fe, N. Mex. Pot with supplemental pilot cham- 
ber. 2,346,817; Apr. 18. 

Breese, James L., and B. Hayter, assignors to Oil De- 
vices, Santa Fe, N. Mex. Horizontal hydroxylating 
burner. 2,348,721 ; May 16. 

Breese, James L., Santa Fe, N. Mex., and M. D. Huston, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. Pilot support and air feed for pot type burners. 
2.353,439 ; July 11. 

Breese, James L., and B. Hayter, assignors to Oil Devices, 
Santa Fe, N. Mex. Forced draft unit for oil burners. 
2,355,415 ; Aug. 8. 

Breese, James L., Santa Fe, N. Mex., and M. D. Huston, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Two-level liquid fuel burner. 2,355,418 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Breese, Paul K., Champaign, 111. Automatic parachute 
opening device. 2,353,440; July 11. 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Mascuch, Joseph J., as- 
signor. ) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Minter, Clarke C, as- 
signor^) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Shelhner, H., and Rennie, 
assignors.) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Strunk, K. G., and Barr, 
assignors.) 

Brehm, Charles M., assignor to The Steel Products En- 
gineering Company, Springfield, Ohio. Die. 2,347,808 ; 
May 2. 

Breinig Brothers, Inc. (See Francis, Louis, assignor.) 

Breitenstein, Victor W. (See Bard, F. N., Breitenstein, 
Olds, and Wray. ) 

Breitenstein, Victor W., assignor to Illinois Testing 
Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Amplifying and de- 
tecting system. 2,341,526 ; Feb. 15. 

Breitwieser, Heinrich, Griesheim, near Darmstadt, Ger- 
many ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. De- 
vice for navigating ships in locks. 2,351,917 ; June 20. 

Brelsford, Harlin A., Haddon Heights, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Clamp. 2,363,638 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Brelsford, Harry E., Birmingham, assignor to Diamond 
Power Specialty Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Liquid 
level gauge. 2,351,099 ; June 13. 

Brelsford, Harry E., Birmingham, assignor to Diamond 
Power Specialty Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Pris- 
matic accumulator gauge. 2,351,100 ; June 13. 

Brelsford, Harry E., Birmingham, assignor to Diamond 
Power Specialty Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Liquid 
level indicator. 2,351,101; June 13. 

Bremer, Heinrich. (See Bechmann, R., Kundt, and 
Bremer.) 

Bremner, John G. M., and D. McNeil, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Preparation of dihydropyran. 2,365,623 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bremser, Albert T., Sidney, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Fuel injec- 
tion apparatus. 2,348,282 ; May 9. 

Brend, William R., assignor to Lock Joint Pipe Company, 
East Orange, N. J. Pipe lining apparatus. 2,352,768 ; 
July 4. 

Breneman, Chas W., Company, The. (See Sarran, W. B., 
and Metzger, assignors.) 

Brenholtz, George E., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Form- 
ing metal balls. 2,358,378 ; Sept. 19. 

Brennan, Daniel A , deceased, by E. L. Zwickel, Chicago, 
111., executor, assignor to Aceo Products, Inc., Long 
Island City, N. Y. Fastener. 2,359,892 ; Oct. 10. 

Brennan, James T. (See Mollner, E. R., Weber, and 
Brennan.) 



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Brennan, Joseph B., Cleyeland, Ohio. Pump. 2,344,964 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Euclid, Ohio. Electrode and making 
same. 2,361,378 ; Oct. 31. 

Brennan, Joseph B., and L. Marsh, Euclid, Ohio, said 
Marsh assignor to said Brennan. Screen stencil and 
making same. 2,338,091 ; Jan. 4. 

Brennan, Joseph B., and L. Marsh, Euclid, Ohio, said 
Marsh, assignor to said Brennan. Corrosion resistant 
coating. 2,346.658 : Apr. 18. 

Brennan, Raymond F., Attleboro, Mass. Article for re- 
ligious use. 2,351,918 ; June 20. 

Brennan, Raymond K, Attleboro, Mass. Cross display 
structure. 2,358,558 ; Sept. 19. 

Brenneman, Earle R., and E. Swett, Alma, Mich. Build- 
ing block. 2,341,757: Feb. 15. 

Brentz, Harry W., Mlllstadt, 111. Separator and gate 
therefor. 2,345,866 ; Apr. 4. 

Brenzikofer, Harry O., West Los Angeles, Calif. Door 
stop. 2,338,899 ; Jan. 11. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Mas Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Preserving cof- 
fee. 2,345,320 ; Mar. 28. 

Breslau. Harold R., Martinsburg, W. Va., assignor to 
The Standard Lime and Stone Company, Baltimore, 
Md. Automatic level controlling mechanism. 

2,345,092 ; Mar. 28. 

Breslav, Jack, Ne^y Haven, Conn. Stock lifting grab. 
2,358,767; Sept. 19. 

Breslav, Jack, New Haven, Conn. Stock handling grab. 
2,362,742 ; Nov. 14. 

Bretagne, R. H. L., Nogent-sur-Oise, France ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Preparation of dyestuffs of 
the anthracenic series. 2,344,389 ; Mar. 14. 

Bretschneider, Hermann, G. Fodor, and Z. Foldi, Buda- 
pest, Hungary ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. 
Preparing alpha, beta-dialkyl-alpha, beta-diaryl-othanes. 
2,350,7] 8 ; June 6. 

Brett Lithographing Co. (See Lee, George N., assignor.) 

Bretzlaff, W. Herbert. (See Grimes, Charles P.,' as- 
signor.) 

Breuer, Frederick W., Haverford, Pa., assignor to The 
United Gas Improvement Company. Recovery of val- 
uable hydrocarbons. 2,359,020; Sept. 26. 

Breukelman, Christian W., Forest Reserve, Fyzabad, 
Trinidad, British West Indies. Orienting device. 
2.340.861 ; Feb. 8. 

Breuner, Wallace E. (See Crocker, E. O., and Brenner.) 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control mech- 
anism. Re. 22.451 ; Mar. 7. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, assignor of one- 
half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Safety control sys- 
tem for motor vehicles. 2,346,149 ; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control system 
for motor vehicles. 2,346,353 ; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control system 
for motor vehicles. 2,346,354; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor ot 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control system 
for motor vehicles. 2,346,355 ; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control system 
for motor vehicles. 2.346,533 ; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to *P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control system 
for motor vehicles. 2,346,534 ; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor to 
P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Clutch control mechanism. 
2,346,535 ; Apr. 11. 

Brewer, Danlal, Longview, assignor of one-half to E. F. 
Wheat, Kilgore. Tex. Dehydrator. 2,360,930 ; Oct. 
24. 

Brewer, Harry, Sidney, Nebr. Chipper guard. 2,347,878 ; 
Jlay 2. 

Brewer, John H. Towson, Md., assignor to Kimble Glass 
Company, Vineland, N. J. Apparatus for the cultiva- 
tion of anaerobic and niicro-aerophilic organisms. 
2,348,448 ; May 9. 

Brewer, John H., and H. E. Taylor, Baltimore, Md., as- 
signors to Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Incorporated, 
Dispensing apparatus. 2,339,908 ; Jan. 25. 

Brewer, Pearl H. (See Kraybill, H. R., Brewer, and 
Thornton.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Bertran, Ed- 
ward M., assignor.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Bertrftn, E. BI., 
and Lesnick, assignors.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Bertr&n, E. M., 
and Sokol, assignors.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Brown, D. T.. 
and Layman, assignors.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Davis, Loren 
R., assignor.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Eddy, Edwyn 
A., assignor.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Lawry, Wil- 
liam F., Jr., assignor.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Lesnick; Rob- 
ert N., assignor.) 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Yujuico, P. S., 
and Thurston, assignors.) 



Itrewster, Casse. (See Brewster, Percy D., assignor.) 

Brewster, Earl G. (See Rearden, D. S., Brewster, and 
Sanderson.) 

Brewster, Morris B., Co. (See Turner, Guilford A., as- 
signor.) 

Brewster, Percy D., Holmdel, N. J., assignor to C. Brew- 
ster, East Orange, N. J. Rotary pump and compressor. 
2,356,915 ; Aug. 29. 

Brewster, Percy D., Holmdel, N. J., assignor to C. Brew- 
ster, East Orange, N. J. Variable capacity pumps or 
motor. 2,356,916 ; Aug. 29. 

Brewton, Grace M., A. C. Andrews, and F. C. Silva, 
Orange Grove, Tex. Ration stamp cutter. 2,347,249 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Brewton, Robert L., assignor to Wilson & Bennett Manu- 
facturing Co., Chicago, 111. Pail handle. 2,338,082 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Breyer, Frank G., Wilton, Conn., assignor to J. M. Huber, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. ThermoHuid printing ink. 
2,351,585 ; June 20. 

Brian, William S., and F. J. Birk, Owensboro, Ky. Boat 
hull construction and propulsion. 2,348,106 ; May 2. 

Briant, Raymond C, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Mak- 
ing composite articles. 2,354,426 ; July 25. 

Brice, Albert L., assignor to Frederick Iron and Steel 
Company, Frederick, Md. Stoker operating mechanism. 
2,363,389 ; Nov. 21. 

Brice, Norman E., Millburn, N. J., assignor to The Per- 
mutit Company, New York, N. Y. Strainer system. 
2,364,775 ; Dec. 12. 

Bricker, Burton C, Rahway, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Decalcomania. 2,359,462 ; Oct. 3. 

Brickliam, Nelson H., Cheyenne, Wyo. Air deflector for 
ventilating systems, 2,364,265 ; Dec. 5. 

Brickley, James L., Darby, Mont., assignor of one-fifth 
to C. A. Crawford and one-fifth to A. R. Kurtz, Hamil- 
ton, Ohio. Fish guard. 2,338,487 ; Jan. 4. 

Brickley, James L., Spokane, Wash., assignor of one- 
third to S. A. Wlieeler, Hamilton, Blont., and one- 
third to L. T. Wheeler, Spokane, Wash. Hand sand- 
ing machine. 2,357,166 ; Aug. 29. 

Brickman, Alan E., Monongahela, and H. B. Trott, 
Donora, Pa., assignors to The American Steel and Wire 
Company of New Jersey. Machine for forming resilient 
brackets. 2,346,468 ; Apr. 11. 

Brickman, Alan E., Monongahela, Pa., assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Cable highway guard. 2,349,648 ; May 23. 

Brickman, Alan E., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Shock absorber. 2,353,872 ; July 18. 

Brickman, Alan E., Monongahela, Pa., assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Harness connector for looms. 2,354,180 ; July 25. 

Brickman, Leo. (See Leitch, L. C, Brickman, and Ryan.) 

Brickner, Arthur J. (See Kropf, H. W., and BricknerJ 

Brickner-Kropf Machine Company. (See Kropf, H. W., 
and Brickner, assignors.) 

Bridge, David, & Company, Limited. (See Brown, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Broecker, Lewis C, 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Clark, Walter R., as- 
signor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Ferguson, John E.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Mears, Stowell W., 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Morris, Alan, as- 
signor. ) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Wadell, Carl H., as- 
signor.) 

Bridgeport Fabrics, Inc. (See Spraragen, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Houlihan, Rudolph N., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Noel, Philip X., assignor.) 

Bridges, Prank R., Needham, assignor to The Gamewell 
Company, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Signal appa- 
ratus. Re. 22.514; July 11. 

Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Oil well pumping 
means. 2,348,241 ; May 9. 

Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Pumping mechanism. 
2,356,207 ; Aug. 22. 

Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Pump anchor mech- 
anism. 2,356,208 ; Aug. 22. 

Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Pumping mecha- 
ni.sm. 2.361,989 : Nov. 7. 

Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Improved bleeder 
valve. 2,363,290 ; Nov. 21. 

Briechle, Ambrosius. Brooklyn, R. T. Hurley, Dobbs 
Ferry, and G. E. Merritt, Staten Island, N. Y., as- 
signors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, 
Ind. Camera. 2,347,732 ; May 2. 

Bried, Julien A., Berkeley, assignor ',o Enterprise Engine 
& Foundry Company, San Francisco, Calif. Hammer- 
mill feed end. 2.344,591 ; Mar. 21. 

Brierley, Edgar. (See Hall, G., and Ri'ierley.l 

Briggs, Allan L., assignor to Blackstone Corporation, 
Jamestown, N. Y. Machine mounting. 2,361,529. 
Oct. 31. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bripgs, Arthur J., Syracuse, assignor of one-half to W. L. 
Hinds, Fayetteville, N. Y. Machine for applying hood 
caps to bottles. 2,36-1,776 ; Dec. 12. 

Brigf^s, Arthur 'X'. («ee Hackethal, 1". F., Lampton, and 
Briggs.) 

Briggs, Burton W., Newton, Mass. Control system for 
rfcord playing or like devices. 2.348.953: May IG. 

Briggs, C. A., Company. (See Lovejoy, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Briggs, lOrnest B., Dubuque, Iowa, assignor of one-fourth 
to (i. Jolley, Flossinoor, 111., one-fourth to I. Harris, 
and one-fourth to D. Davis, Dubuque, Iowa. Clip anil 
pencil holder. 2,353,38.'); .Tuly 11. " 

Briggs, Eugene L. (See Kurth, E. F., and Briggs.) 

Briggs, Howland F., assignor to Consolidated I'ackagiug 
Jlaehinery Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Weigliing ap- 
paratus. 2,343,528 ; Mar. 7. 

Briggs, Howland F., assignor to Consolidated Packaging 
Machinery Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Material diffus- 
ing head for container filling machines. 2,360,756 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Briggs, .John C, Harrogate, England. Cutting tool, 
2,357,074; Aug. 29. 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ball, Albert P., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Coordes, Harry G., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Doty, Clifford B., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Doty, C. B. and 
Vigmostad, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Gernandt, Waldo 
G., assignor.) 

Briggs .Manufacturing Company. (See Maize, Paul F., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Pattison, Herbert 
J., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Philippsen, Ma- 
thew J., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Prance, Alvin W., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ragsdale, La- 
Verne B., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Skoning, John 
H. S., assignor.) 

Briggs JNIanufacturing Company. (See Tjaarda, John, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Tjaarda, J., and 
Ehrling, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Votypka, John, 
assignor.) 

Briggs, Robert E., Spreckels, Calif. Electrolytic pre- 
cipitation of dissolved substances from solutions. 
2,341,356; Feb. 8. 

Briggs, Robert L., Jr., Pasadena, Calif. Valve. 
2,352,249 ; June 27. 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Fitz Gerald, John 
W., assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Hazzard, Harry I., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Jacobi, Edward N., 
assignor.) 

Briggs, Thomas I-I. and W. H., assignors to Burman & 
Sons Limited, Birmingham. England. Vehicle steering 
mechanism. 2,344,797 ; Mar. 21. 

Briggs, Walter H. (See Briggs. Thomas H. and W. H.) 

Bright, Albert G., and W. E. Fisher, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Separation of 
solvent mixtures. 2,350,719 ; June 6. 

Bright, Albert G., and W. E. Fisher, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Distillation 
control. 2,364,341 ; Dec. 5. 

Bright, Elvin M., Whltefish Bay, assignor to Plastic 
Veneering, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Process and appa- 
ratus for curing plastic coatings. 2,346,101 ; Apr. 4. 

Bright, Elvin M., Whitefish Bay, assignor to Plastic 
Veneering, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Coating wooden 
patterns. 2,351,919 ; June 20. 

Bright, Raymond G., El Paso, Tex. Beverage-making 
equipment. 2,360.194; Oct. 10. 

Brij*tman, William S., Irvington, N. J. Filler shield. 
2^41.511; Feb. 15. 

Brightwell, Robert R., assignor to Stephano Brothers, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Liquid dispensing apparatus. 
2,361,818 ; Oct. 31. 

Brightwell, Robert R., assignor to Stephano Brothers, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Wrapping machine. 2,363,939; 
Nov. 28. 

Brightwell, Walter J., Henderson, Tex. Valved well 
packer. 2,339,319 ; Jan. 18. 

Briktex, Incorporated. (See Kaye, Robert L., assignor.) 

Brilhart, Arnold, Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Arnold 
Brilliart Ltd. Reed for musical instruments. 
2,342.836 ; Feb. 29. 

Brilhart, Arnold, Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Arnold 
Brilhart Ltd. Adjustable cord. 2,356,209 ; Aug. 22. 

Brilhart, Arnold, Ltd. (See Brilhart, Arnold, assignor.) 

Brill, J. G., Company. (See Flogaus, Howard A., as- 
signor.) 

Brill, Ruby L., and S. Lipton, New York, N. Y. Hat 
adjusting means. 2,346.288; Apr. 11. 

Brill, William E. (See Hussman, C, and Brill.) 

Brindle, Thomas, Pawtuxet, R. I. Loom for weaving lad- 
der webbing. 2,346,551 ; Apr. 11. 



Brinen, Howard F., assignor to Young Radiator Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Turbulence strip for heat ex- 
changers. 2,359,288 ; Oct. 3. 

Briney, Ottis K., Jr., Pontiac, Mich. Jfothod and appa- 
ratus for grinding ball seats in steel articles. 
2,345,177 ; Mar. 28. 

Briney, Ottis K., Jr., Pontiac, Mich. Tool slide support- 
ing structure. 2,346,724 ; Apr. 18. 

Briney, Ottis R., Jr., Jontiac, Mich. Grinding machine. 
2,347,766 ; Mav 2. 

Brink, Winfield S., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Making disk wheels. 
2,354,439 ; July 25. 

Brinker, Elizabeth M. (See Brinker, Joseph M., assignor.) 

Brinker, Joseph M., assignor of one-half to M. Podgurski, 
Baltimore, Md. Welding rod box. 2,352,685 ; July 4. 

Brinker, Joseph M., assignor to E. M. Brinker, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Corrugated sheet metal building construc- 
tion. 2,352,884; July 4. 

Brinkman, Herbert C. (See Gruening, W. E., and Brink- 
man.) 

Brinkraan, Herbert C, assignor to The Stacey Bros. Gas 
Construction Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tank for 
lift tvpe gas holders. 2,340,831 ; Feb. 1. 

Brinton, Christian H., Oak Park, and W. E. Zimmermann, 
assignors to Standard Cap and Seal Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Feeding and serving mechanism. 2,340,639 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Brinton, Thomas E., Cedar Falls, Iowa. Pump. 2,357,075 ; 
.4ug. 29. 

Brlod, Andre E., Short Hills, and L. O. Buxton, Newark, 
assignors to National Oil Products Company, Harrison, 
N. J. Vitamin fortification. 2,345,571 ; Apr. 4. 

Brisbane Box Corporation. (See Duell, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Briscoe, Ernest V., Kerman, Calif. Leveling control for 
implements. 2,365,387 ; Dec. 19. 

Briskin, Jack. (See Lake, D. W., and Briskln.) 

Briskin, Jack, et al. (See Sperry, Philmore F., assignor.) 

Briskin, Jack. (See Sperry, P. F., and Briskin, Philip F. 
and J.) 

Briskin, Philip P. (See Sperry, P. F., and Briskin, Philip 
F. and J.) 

Briskin, Theodore H., et al. (See Sperry, Philmore F., 
assignor.) 

Briskin, Theodore H., et al. (See Sperry, P. F., and 
Briskin. Philip F. and J., assignors.) 

Briskin, Theodore S., assignor to Revere Camera Company, 
Chicago, 111. Projector. 2,366,084 ; Dec. 26. 

Briskin, Theodore S., and P. F. Sperry, deceased, by H. B. 
Sperry, executrix, assignors to Revere Camera Company, 
Chicago, 111. Magazine ejector mechanism for cameras. 
2.357,076 : Aug. 29. 

Briskman, Samuel. (See Doehm, Karl A., assignor.) 

Briskman, Samuel. (See Weldauer, Curtis, assignor.) 

Brissonnet, Pierre, and G. A. Durand, Paris, France ; 
vested In the Allen Property Custodian. Transmission. 
2,344,073 ; Mar. 14. 

Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. (See Crowe, 
R. K. and Mansell, assignors.) 

Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. (See Fedden, 
A. H. R., and Thomas, assignors.) 

Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. (See Owner, 
Frank M., assignor.) 

Bristol, Carlton W., Naugatuck, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Multiple-point connect- 
ing device. 2,351,394; June 13. 

Bristol Company, The. (See Bristol, CarJton W., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See MacLaren, Fred B., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Waidelich, James R., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol-Myers Company. (See Deskey, Donald, assignor.) 

Bristow, James J. R. (See Walker, C. S., Skinner, and 
Bristow.) 

Bristow, Paul W., assignor to Scott & Williams, Incor- 
porated, Laconia, N. H. Knitting machine and method. 
2,365,801 ; Dec. 26. 

Brite Specialty Co. et al. (See Partridge, William H., 
assignor.) 

British American Oil Company, Ltd., The. (See Rude, 
Robert L., assignor.) 

British Celanese Limited. (See Finlayson, D., Green- 
wood, and Simpson, assignors.) 

British Celanese Limited. (See Mellor, A., and Mann, 
assignors.) 

British Celanese Limited. (See Woodman, Tbomas C, 
assignor.) 

British Cotton Industry Research Association, The, et al. 
(See Pelrce, F. T., and Gardiner, assignors.) 

British Insulated Cables Limited. (See Handley, W. C, 
and Quayle, assignors.) 

British Insulated Cables Limited. (See Hargreaves, E. S., 
and Steward, assignors.) 

British Rola Limited. (See Marlow, Dennis H., as- 
signor.) 

British Ropes Limited. (See Alnieroth, H. II., and Rich- 
ardson, assignors.) 

British Vacuum Cleaner & Engineering Company Limited, 
The. (See Molden, W. J., and Webber.) 

Brittain, Richard J., Jr., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to 
General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Railway 
journal box. 2,349,073 ; May 16. 



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Brittain, Robert T., Tacoma, Wash. Electric fuse plug 
cap. 2,338,994 ; Jan. 11. 

Brittain, Samuel B., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Drag-out mechanism 
for furnaces. 2,363.291 ; Nov. 21. 

Britten, Cecil A., assignor to Food Machinery Corpora- 
tion, San Jose, Calif. Olive-pitting machine. 2,360,103 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Britten, Edwin F., Jr., Short Hills, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Setting 
device for registers. 2.363,114 ; Nov. 21. 

Brittin, Wesley E., Boulder, Colo., assignor to The 
Permutit Company, New York, N. Y. Water condi- 
tioning product and process. 2,360,195 ; Oct. 10. 

Brittingham, James S., assignor of one-half to R. B. 
Barber, Bay Pines, Fla. Safety ash tray. 2,341,136 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Berhenke, L. F., Monroe, and 
Brltton.) 

Britton, Edgar C, and L. F. Berhenke, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Recovery of 
cyanoacetic acid from aqueous inorganic salt solutions 
thereof. 2,338,834 ; Jan. 11. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., H. B. Marshall, To- 
ronto, Ontario, Canada, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. In- 
soluble polymers derived from styrene. 2,341,175 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Britton, Edgar C, and G. H. Coleman, assignors to Tne 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Esters of 4- 
teritarybutyl-phenoxy-alkylols. 2,344,491 ; Mar. 21. 

Britton, Edgar C. and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Polymeriza- 
tion of vinyl aromatic compounds. 2,349,136 ; May 16. 

Britton, Edgar C, and M. E. Huscher, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Selective 
chlorination of propylene in the presence of acetylenes. 
2,350,984 ; June 13. 

Britton, Edgar C, and F. L. Taylor, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Polymeric 
vinylidene chloride composition. 2,351,102 : June 13. 

Britton, Edgar C, and J. E. Eisenman. assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Purification 
of phenothiazine. 2,353,292; July 11. 

Britton, Edgar C, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors to The 
Dow Cliomical Company, Midland, Mich. Production 
of vinyl aromatic resins. 2,359,196 ; Sept. 26. 

Britton, Edgar C, and J. N. Hansen, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Companv. Midland, Mich. Amine salts of 
polyhalo-phenols. 2,362.464 ; Nov. 14. 

Britton, Loyal H., Indianapolis, Ind. Closure. 2,339,455 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Brizjiy, Emile A., Singapore, Straits Settlements ; vested 
In the Alien Property Custodian. Construction of piles, 
caissons, and the like in situ. 2,342,243 ; Feb. 22. 

Brizzolara, Robert T., New Dorp, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Refrigeration method and apparatus. 2,354,496 ; July 
25. 

Brizzolara, Robert T., New Dorp, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Refrigeration apparatus. 2,354,497 ; July 25. 

Broad & Company Limited. (See Rankin, Alexander M., 
assignor.) 

Broadbooks, Byron B., McPherson, Kans., assignor to 
A. B. Chance Company, Centralia, Mo. Tool for high- 
tension lines. 2,352,686 ; July 4. 

Broadfield Metals Corporation. (See Ducarpe, Pierre G., 
assignor.) 

Brock, John B., Adairsville, assignor to J. H. Cutler, 
Columbus, Ga. Conveying mechanism. 2,354,939 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Brock & Rankin. (See Hildmann, William B., assignor.) 

Brock, Robert. (See Kucera, F. A., and Brock.) 

Brock, William C Glen Morgan, W. Va. Fuel tank. 
2.354,573 ; July 25. 

Brockett, Glenn P., assignor to Fisher Governor Company, 
Marshalltown, Iowa. Liquid level responsive means. 
2,353,641 ; July 18. 

Brockett. Glenn F., assignor to Fisher Governor Company, 
Marshalltown, Iowa. Pilot means for liquid level con- 
trols and the like. 2,356.970 ; Aug. 29. 

Brockhurst, James B., Red Bank, N. J. Self-sharpening 
safety razor. 2,353.142 ; Jul,y 11. 

Brocklebank, Alfred E., assignor to The Wellman Bronze- 
Aluminum Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Routing ma- 
chine. 2,363.115; Nov. 21. 

Brockman, Edwin G., Indianola, Iowa. Compass. 
2,366,000; Dec. 26. 

Brockman, Alorton S., Cleveland. Ohio. Carrying case. 
2.360.931 ; Oct. 24. 

Brockway, Lewis M., et al. (See Brockway, Walter L., 
assignor.) 

Brockway, Walter L., Auburn Town.ship, Genuga County, 
.Tssignor of one-half to M. Greenler, Chardon, and one- 
fourth to L. M. Brockway, Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Self- 
centering device. 2.363,940 ; Nov. 28. 

Brodberg, Fred E. (See Lee, R., and Brodberg.) 

Brod^n, John G. M., Malmo, Sweden. Alarm apparatus. 
2,352,467 ; Juno 27. 

Broder, Harry, New York, N. Y. Lipstick container- 
dispenser. 2,351, .395 : June 13. 

Broderick, Frank W., New Brighton, N. Y., assignor to 
Reynolds Metals Company, Richmond, Va. Divided car- 
ton. 2,346,206 ; Apr. 11. 

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Broders, Claude O., assignor to United Aircraft Corpora- 
tion, East Hartford, Conn. Fan construction. 
2,354,101 ; July 18. 

Brodersen, Max M., Alhambra, Calif., assignor to The 
Slusser-McLean Scraper Company, Sidney, Ohio. Trac- 
tion power operated winch. 2,352,250 ; June 27. 

Brodersen, Jlax M., Alhambra, Calif., assignor to The 
Slusser-McLean Scraper Company, Sidney, Ohio. Con- 
trol for hauling scrapers. 2,361,914 ; Nov. 7. 

Brodie, Ruthford E., Lancsboro, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Terminal structure. 2,352,159 ; 
June 27. 

Crodie, Stuart B., assignor to The Westinghouse Air Brake 
Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Reservoir construction. 
2,350,720; June 6. 

Broecker, Lewis C, Nichols, assignor to Bridgeport Brass 
Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Manufacturing inserts tor 
valve stems. 2,346,413 ; Apr. 11. 

Broekhuysen, William C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
International Cigar Machinery Company. Vibrating 
feed for cigar machines. 2,342,116 ; Feb. 22. 

Broersma, Jacob A., Grand Haven, Mich. Die tooL 
2,361,595 ; Oct. 31. 

Broga, Wilson C, Westfield, and W. A. Schaich, Spring- 
field, Mass. Adjustable reamer. 2,359,296 ; Oct. 3. 

Broga, Wilson C, Westfield, Mass. Adjustable reamer. 
2,361,379 ; Oct. 31. 

Brogden, Ernest M., Orlando, Fla., assignor to President 
and Directors of the Manhattan Company (sometimes 
known as Bank of the JIanhattan Company), trustee, 
New York, N. Y. Package, packing container, and 
blank therefor. 2,359,297 ; Oct. 3. 

Brogden, Ernest M., Orlando, Fla., assignor to President 
and Directors of the Manhattan Company (sometimes 
known as Bank of the Manhattan Company), trustee, 
New York, N. Y. Package, container, and blank there- 
for. 2,359,298 ; Oct. 3. 

Brogden. Ernest M., Orlando, Fla., assignor to President 
and Directors of the Manhattan Company (sometimes 
known as Bank of the Manhattan Company), trustee. 
New York, N. Y. Package, container, and blank there- 
for. 2,361,926 : Nov. 7. 

Brogden, Ernest M. and R. R., assignors to Duz-Pak Cor- 
poration, Savannah, Ga. Merchandise packaging, 
2,351,596; June 20. 

Brogden, Ronald R. (See Brogden, Ernest M. and R. R.) 

Brogdex Company. (See Burwick, L. W., Cothran, and 
Cunning, assignors.) 

Brogdex Comriany. (See Cothran, Charles D., assignor.) 

Brogdex Company. (See Harlow, Orman M., assignor.) 

Brogren, Axel V. (See Parsons, J. T., and Brogren. 

Broido, Daniel, Cockfosters, near Barnet, England. Cal- 
culating machine. 2,357,167 ; Aug. 29. 

Broido, Daniel, Cockfosters, near Barnet, England. Con- 
trol apparatus for sheet feeding devices. 2,358,051 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Bromagem, Irl R., assignor to Union City Body Company, 
Union City. Ind. Theater seat. 2,347,931 : Mav 2. 

Bromilow and Edwards Limited. (See Swift, Herbert 
\V., assignor.) 

Bromley, Mellor, and Co. Limited. (See Shortland, Ar- 
thur, assignor.) 

Bromley, Thomas C, and A. Shortland, Leicester, Eng- 
land. Circular knitting machine. 2,345,698 ; Apr. 4. 

Bromley, Thomas C, and A. Shortland, assignors to 
Mellor Bromley & Co. Limited, Leicester, England. 
Mechanism for suppljang yarn and thread to the needles 
of knitting machines. 2,348,598 ; May 9. 

Bromm. Fred H., West Hempstead, N. Y., assignor to 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Reeling 
device 2,361,258 ; Oct. 24. 

Broms, Allan, Whitestone, Long Island, N. Y. Film de- 
veloping tank and method, 2.351.396 ; June T3. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Wrapping ma- 
chine. 2,360,845 :^ Oct. 24. 

Bronander, Wilhelm^ B , Montclair. N. .1. IMnchine for 
making and filling packages. 2,360,846 ; Oct. 24. 

Bronander, -Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Forming and 
applying cooling fins to tubular members. 2,363,224 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Brongersma, Cornelius, Muskegon Heights, assignor to 
Manning, Maxwell & Moore, Inc., Muskegon, Mich. 
Hand control unit. 2,348,107 ; May 2. 

Bronner, James E., Eltingville. Staten Island, N. Y. Spac- 
ing, bracing, retaining and clamping device. 2,358,209 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Bronson, Emerson C. Omro, Wis. Garter purse. 
2,340.451 ; l^^eb. 1. 

Bronson Reel Company. (See Coxe, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bronson Reel Company. (See Coxe, J. A., and McMahon, 
assignors.) 

Bronson Reel Company. (See McMahon, Richard P., as- 
signor.) 

Bronstien, Edward L., and J. G. Strandberg, assignors to 
The United States Bedding Company, St. Paul, Minn. 
Machine for fabricating upholstery springs. 2,351,659 ; 
June 20. 

Brooke, Frank W., assignor to Swindell-Dressier Corpora- 
tion, Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric arc furnace. 2,343,443 ; 
Mar. 7, 

Brooke, Frank W., assignor to Swindell-Dressier Cor- 
poration, Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric arc furnace. 
2,365,521 ; Dec. 19. 

Brooke, Lloyd F. (See Elliott, L. P., and Brooke.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Bi'ooker, Leslie G. S., and F. L. White, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Compauv, Rochpstcr, N. Y. Polymethine 
dye intermediates. 2.341.357: Feb. 8. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and W. W. Williams, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Dye in- 
termediates. 2,345,093 ; Mar. 28. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and R. H. Sprague, assignors lo 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Organic 
cyauine base. 2,345,094 ; Mar. 28. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and R. H. Sprague, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cyaaine 
dyes. 2,356,445 ; Aug. 22. 

Brooking, Edgar C, Toecoa, Ga., assignor to R. G. Le 
Tourneau, Inc., Stockton, Calif. Industrial shock ab- 
sorber. 2.3.")3.293; .Inly 11. 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Old Greenwich, Conn., assignor to 
Standard Alcohol Company. Production of nitriles. 
2,364,422 ; Dec. 5. 

Brooks, Chester E., Montvale, and E. W. Flint, Mountain 
View, N. J. ; said Brooks assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company, and said Flint assignor 
to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Pay station telephone system. 2,357,576 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Brooks, E. J., Company. (See Brooks, Winfred M., as- 
signor.) 

Brooks, B. J., Company. (See Moberg, Sigurd M., as- 
signor. ) 

Brooks Equipment and Mfg. Co. (See Brooks, Lew W., 
assignor.) 

Brooks Equipment Corporation. (See Brooks, Stephen 
H., assi,£rnor.) 

Brooks Equipment Corporation. (See Quinn, Aloysius J., 
assignor.) 

Brooks, Ernest N., et al., executors. (See Brooks, Lew W.) 

Brooks, Frank M. (See Dean, W. F., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Harrison M., assignor to Trico Products Corpora- 
tion, Buffalo, N. Y. Window operator. 2,365,742 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Brooks, Herbert W. (See Kendall, G. H.., Oxhandler, and 
Brooks. ) 

Brooks, Lew W., deceased, by E. N. Brooks, K. Martin, 
and J. A. Ayres, executors, assignors to Brooks Equip- 
ment and Mfg. Co., Knoxville, Tenn. Jacklike support 
for loading, hauling, and dumping apparatus. 
2,345,789 ; Apr. 4. 

Brooks, Lew W., deceased, by E. N. Brooks, K. Martin, 
and J. A. Ayres, executors, assignors to Brooks Equip- 
ment and Mfg. Co., Knoxville, Tenn. Bucket or 
receptacle for loading, hauling, and dumping apparatus. 
2,345,790; Apr. 4. 

Brooks Paper Company. (See Allen, Rhea P., assignor.) 

Brooks Paper Company. (See Denison, Leon B., as- 
signor.) 

Brooks. Robert E.. Maywood, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. As- 
sembling apparatus. 2,364,689 ; Dec. 12. 

Brooks. Stephen H.. assignor to Brooks Equipment Cor- 
poration. New Y^ork, N. Y. Power transmission means. 
Re. 22..5r)5 : Oct 24. 

Brooks, Stephen H., assignor to Brooks Equipment Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Bracket. 2,342,625 ; Feb. 
29. 

Brooks, Thomas E. (See Olson, C. A., Lisle, and Brooks.^ 

Brooks, Thomas E., assignor to Lisle Corporation, 
Clarinda, Iowa. Magnetic plug. 2,345,029 ; Mar. 28. 

Brooks, Wilbur R., West Hartford, Conn. Fireplace heat- 
er. 2,359,197 ; Sept. 26. 

Brooks, Wilbur R., Hartford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Federal Electric Products Company, 
Inc., Newark, N. J. Quick breaking means for elec- 
tric switches. 2,359,614 ; Oct. 3. 

Brooks, Winfred M., West Orange, assignor to E. J. 
Brooks Company, Newark, N. J. Bag seal. 2,342.244 : 
Feb. 22. 

Brooks, Winslow A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Removal of nitioe;en oxides from sulphuric acid. 
2,355,702; Aug. 15." 

Brooksbank, Arthur. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Writing 
pad equipment. 2,355.506 : Aug. 8. 

Brooksby, Ernest, and F. E. Deans, assignors to The 
Bently Engineering Company Limited, Leicester, Eng- 
land. Knitting machine. 2.366.001 ; Dec. 26. 

Broom, Harry P. (See Houdry, E. J., and Broom.) 

Broom6, Carl L. P. (See Blomberg, K. H., Broom4, Dahl- 
gren. .Tohansson, and Lundholm.) 

Broschinski, Martin H., Goodland, Kans. Weed shedding 
attachment for rod weeders. 2,361,596 ; Oct. 31. 

Brosius, Edgar E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Manipulator. 
2,345,572 ; Apr. 4. 

Brosius, .Tohn P., Pittsburgh, Pa. Submerged burner. 
2,358,302: Sept. 19. 

Brostrom, Charles G.. Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, P'lemington, N. J. Trim- 
ming machine. 2,359,893 ; Oct. 10. 

Brothers. Abe R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Belt rack. 2,366,085 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Brotherton, George A., Laurinburg, N. C. Treating grain. 
2„346,902 ; Apr. 18. 

Brotz, Roman C, Kohler, Wis. Propeller. 2,346,552 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Brougham, Herbert W., Seattle, Wash. Production re- 
corder. 2,354,361 ; July 25. 



Broughton, Douglas J., assignor to Buxton, Incorporated, 
Springfield, Mass. Flexible pocket receptacle. 2,354,793 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Broussard, Robert F. (See Toce, C. A., and Broussard.) 

Brouwer, Benjamin W., Auburn, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Shuttle box 
construction. 2,357,453 ; Sept. 5. 

Brow. George F., and Frank Rioux, East Braintree. Mass, 
Aluminum cutter. 2,341,358; Feb. 8 

Brow, George F., East Braintree, and F. E. Rioux, North 
Attleboro, Mass. Cutting aluminum. 2,358,772 ; Sept. 
26. 

Browder, Lewis B. (See Corte, A., and Browder.) 

Brown, Alexander C, assignor to Emery Industries, Inc., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Distillation. 2,352.160 ; June 27. 

Brown, Andrew C, Wilmette, 111., assignor lo Compressed 
Industrial Gases, Inc. Separation of oxygen from air 
by li(iuefaction. 2,360,468 ; Oct. 17. 

Brown, Arthur B., Inglewood, Calif. Adjusting mech- 
anism for window sashes. 2.353.217; July 11. 

Brown, Arthur J., Chicago, assignor to Whiting Corpora- 
tion, Harvey, 111. Hoist. 2,:343,640 ; Mar. 7. 

Brown, Arthur J., Chicago, assignor to Whiting Corpora- 
tion, Harvey, 111. Gantry-crane for servicing, loading, 
and unloading aircraft. 2.360,470: Oct. 17. 

Brown, Arthur J., Flushing, H. E. Copen, Brooklyn, and J. 
Nisenson, New York, N. Y., assignors to Pak-Kak, Inc. 
Container. 2,357,309 ; Sept. 5. 

Brown, Augustus C, 3rd. (See Wellman, H. C, and 
Brown.) 

Brown, Bache H. (See Lowe, Charles B., assignor.) 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The. (See Goff, 
George H., assignor.) 

Brown, . Ben F., Zanesville, Ohio. Combination scale. 
2,354,737 ; Aug. 1. 

Brown, Bernard. (See McCarty, M. P., and Brown.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Fry, Clair V., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Reichle, Frederick J., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Trollen, Martin E., assignor.) 

Brown, Burton F., North Chicago, III. Supporting de- 
vice. 2,338,092 ; Jan. 4. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Thread control. 2.341.840: Feb. 15. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Constant tension letott mechanism. 
2,350,954; June 6. 

Brown, Carl D., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper 
Corporation. Picker check for looms. 2,351,188 ; June 
13. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Shuttle checking means. 2,351,189 ; June 
13. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Filling cutting means. 2,352,366 ; June 
27. 

Brown, Cecil L., Baton Rouge, La., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Catalytic Company. Making 
aviation fuel. 2,348,599 ; May 9. 

Brown, Cecil L., Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Safety fuel. 2,356,647 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brown, Cecil L., Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Isomerization process. 
2,361,452 ; Oct. 31. 

Brown, Charles H. (See Forrest, W. J., and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Two-cycle internal 
combustion engine. 2.346.207; Apr. 11. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Machine gun. 
2.364.944 ; Dec. 12. 

Brown, Chester W. (See Kyle, W. D., and Brown.) 

Brown, Chester W., assignor to Line Material Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Flip-out device for fuses. 2,358,684 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Brown, Cicero C, and J. J. Hastik, assignors to Brown 
Oil Tools, Inc., Houston, Tex. Pipe cutter. 2,351,187 ; 
June 13. 

Brown, Clifford R., Berea, Ohio. Greenhouse. 2,350,721 ; 
June 6. 

Brown, Clifford S., assignor to Hamilton Manufacturing 
Company, Two Rivers, Wis. Library book stack or the 
like. 2,346,150 ; Apr. 11. 

Brown, Clyde A., assignor to The Dole Valve Company, 
Chicago, 111. Thermostatic valve device. 2,361,006; 
Oct. 24. 

Brown. David H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bendix Aviation, Ltd., North Hollywood, Calif. Actu- 
ating cylinder. 2.349,244 : l\Tay 23. 

Brown, David & Sons (Huddersfield) Limited. (See 
Welsby, S., and Burton, assignors.) 

Brown, Dayton T., Manhasset, N. Y., and C. G. Layman, 
Red Bank, N. J., assignors to Brewster Aeronautical 
Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Aircraft. 
2,352,074 ; June 20. 

Brown, Deskin I., assignor of one-half to W. J. Stelner. 
Laura, Ohio. Power transmission mechanism. 
2,353,807; July 18. 

Brown, Dewey R. (See Brown, R. L. and D. R.) 

Brown, Earl H., near Sheflield, Ala., assignor to Tennessee 
A'alley Authority. Apparatus for measuring steam-gas 
ratio. 2.355.052 ; Aug. 8. 

Brown, Earl H., and F. X. Tartaron, Hibbing, Minn., as- 
signors to Minerals Separation North American Corpo- 
poration. New York, N. Y. Concentration of oxidized 
iron ore. 2,364,618 ; Dec. 12. 



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Brown, Earl H., and F. X. Tartaron, Hibbing, Minn., as- 
signors to JJinorals Separation North American Corp,>- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Concentration of oxidized iron 
ores. 2.364,777 ; Dec. 12. 
Brown, Earl H., and F. X. Tartaron, Hibbing, Minn., as- 
signors to Jlinerals Separation North American Coi'po- 
ration. New Yorlj, N. Y. Concentration of oxidized iron 
ore. 2,364,778 ; Dec. 12. 
Brown. Enoch N., Brocliton. Mass., assignor to Lentherlc, 
Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Shaving stick. 
2.352,709 ; July 4. 
Brown Fintube Company. (See Brown, John W., Jr., as- 
signor. ) 
Brown Fintube Company. (See Brown, J. W., Jr., and 

Sessions, assignors.) 
Brown, Francis V., Birmingham, England. Remote con- 
trol system. 2.363.479 : Nov. 28. 
Brown, Fred O. C, Grand Rapids, Mich. Safety sleeve. 

2.352.614 ; July 4. 
Brown. Frederick E., Hyde, England. Machine for ex- 
trading rubber and the like. 2,343.529 : Mar. 7. 
Brown. Frederick L., assignor to The American Pad & 
Textile Company, Greenfield, Ohio. Life preserver. 
2.363,6.^9 : Nov. 28. 

Brown. Frederick L., assignor to The American Pad & 
Textile Company, Greenfield, Ohio. Life preserver. 
2.363.640; Nov. 28. 

Brown, George H., et al. (See Colling, Fredrick W., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, George H., Haddonfleld, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electrical transformer. 
2,348,325 ; May 9. 

Brown, iveorge M., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Frequency modulation system. 
2,347.458; Apr. 25. 

Brown, George M., Scotia. N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Parasitic oscillation elimination. 
2.358.312; Sept. 19. 

Brown, Gerald G., and J. W. Haupt, assignors to Cardwell 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Wichita, Kans. Control 
device. 2,339,049 ; Jan. 11. 

Brown, Gladys R., et al. (See Coffing, Fredrick W., as- 
signor. ) 

Brown, Glendon C, deceased, Wauwatosa, Wis., by J. F. 
Brown, Riverside, 111., administratrix, assignor to 
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Controller for 
variable speed drives. 2,339,976 ; Jan. 25. 

Brown. Hnrnld M. (See George. E. D., and Brown.) 

Brown, Harold A., New Haven, and C. H. Barnes, Bridge- 
port, Conn., assignors to Remington Arms Company, 
Inc. Firearm sight. 2,345.553 ; Apr. 4. 

Brown, Harry S., Stafford County, assignor to Sylvania 
Industrial Corporation. Fredericksburg, Va. Closure 
fastener. 2,354.498 ; July 25. 

Brown, Hart, and H. S. Ribner, Houston, Tex. ; said 
Ribner assignor to said Brown. Well logging metliod 
and apparatus. 2,359,894 ; Oct. 10. 

Brown, Hugh C. (See Short, I,, and Brown.) 

Brown, Hugh S., and S. T. Comfort, assignors to The 
Buda Company, Harvey, 111. Railway crossing gate. 
2,352.310 ; .Tune 27. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Bjork, Paul B.. 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Booth, J. G., 
and Gess. assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Caldwell, John 
A., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Gess, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Jones, Harry 
S., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Keeler, Earl A., 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Krogh, Anker 
E.. assicnnr.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Moore, Coleman 
B., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Side, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Smith, Edgar 
M.. assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Ullman, Roy, 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Ullman, R., and 
Moore, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Vollrath, Joseph 
P., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Wagner, Fred- 
erick P. A., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company. The. (See Whitten, James 
L., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Wills, Walter 
P., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Woodward, Wal- 
lace W.. assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Woolman, Harold 
A., assignor.) 

Brown, Ivan H., and G. S. Allin, Seattle, Wash. Load 
carrying scraper. 2.363.225; Nov. 21. 

Brown, James E., Brookville, assignor to James L. Brown, 
Grove City, Pa. Filter tank assembly. 2,354,195 ; July 

Brown, James L. (See Brown, James E., assignor.) 



Brown, James W., Anderson, Ind., assignor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc. Timing arrangement. 
2,359,967; Oct. 10. 
Brown, Jean F., administratrix. (See Brown, Glendon C.) 
Brown, Jesse P. (See Oakes, Arthur R., assignor.) 
Urown, John A., assignor to Minnesota Mining & Man- 
ufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minn. Synthetic abra- 
sive material. 2,358,313 ; Sept. 19. 
Brown, John B., assignor to Oliio State University Re- 
search Foundation, Columbus, Ohio. Making mixture 
of unsaturated fatty acids. 2,340,104 ; Jan. 25. 

Brown, Jolin H., Wakefield, Mich. Safety device. 

2.355,361 ; Aug. 8. 
Brown, John M., South Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to 
New Jersey Machine Corporation, lloboken, N. J. Ad- 
hesive applying means. 2,357,577 ; Sept. 5. 
Brown, John T., Berkeley, Calif. Collector brush clip. 
2,358,958 ; Sept. 26. 

Brown, John T. L., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electric power conversion. 2,359,727 ; Oct. 3. 

Brown, John W., Jr., Lakewood, assignor to Brown Fin 
tube Co., Elyria, Ohio. Finned tube. 2,355,621 ; Aug. 
15. 

Brown, John W., Jr., Lakewood, assignor to Brown Fintube 
Company, Elyria, Ohio. Heat exchanger. 2,362,985 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Brovpn, John W., Jr., and W. C. Sessions, Lakewood, as- 
signors to Brown Fintube Company, Elyria, Ohio. Heat- 
exchanger tube. 2,342,117 ; Feb. 22. 

Brown, Joseph, assignor to David Bridge & Company 
Limited, Castleton, Rochdale, England. Bearing for 
rolling mills, mixers, and calenders. 2,345,321 ; Mar. 
28. 

Brown, Joseph, assignor to David Bridge & Company 
Limited, Castleton, Rochdale, England. Bearings for 
rolling mills, mixers, and calenders. 2.355.507 ; Aug. 8. 

Brown, Joseph H., and J. S. Watt, Stockton-on-Tees, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Lim- 
ited. Manufacture of organic esters. 2,344,798 ; Mar. 
21. 

Brown, Joshua R. C, Jr., Chatham, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Coating suspensions and preparation. 2,346,553 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Brown, Kenneth R., West Chester, Pa., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Solution for the 
preparation of rayon. 2,350,985 ; June 13. 

Brown. Kenneth R., Kennett Square, Pa., assignor to 
Atlas Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Organic para- 
siticidal compositions. 2.357.077 ; Aug. 29. 

Brown, Kenneth R., Kennett Square, Pa., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Parasite control. 
2.357,078 : Aug. 29. 

Brown, Kenneth R., Des Moines, Iowa, and C. E. Mosley, 
Overland, assignors to W. N. Matthews Corporation, St. 
Louis. Mo. Electrical protective device. 2,349,609 ; 
May 23. 

Brown, Lemual G., Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to 
J. E. Bush, Dallas, Tex. Shutter. 2,359,289 ; Oct. 3. 

Brown, Leo H., New York, N. Y. Rear-vision device. 
2,338,488 ; Jan. 4. 

Brown. Leo H., Glenvllle, Conn. Stereoscopic picture 
and making the same. 2,361,347 ; Oct. 24. 

Brown, Leo H.. Glenville, Conn. Windshield construction. 
2,362,611 ; Nov. 14. 

Brown, Leslie A. (See Parkin, G. F., and Brown.) 

Brown, Lloyd, Washington, D. C., assignor to B. J. 
Chromy. Display device. 2,342,118 ; Feb. 22. 

Brown, Lowell H., Waukesha, Wis. Safety roller cou- 
pling. 2.344,673 ; Mar. 21. 

Brown, Luther E. (See Williams, O. W., and Brown.) 

Brown, Maurice H., Jr., Anaconda, Mont. Track spike. 
2,356,376 ; Aug. 22. 

Brown, Morris K. (See Gibbs, T. B., Brown, and Wick- 
ham.) 

Brown, Myrl L., Harrisburg, Pa., assignor to Cambosco 
Scientific Company, Boston, Mass. Educational appa- 
ratus. 2,352.182 ; June 27. 

Brown, Myron J., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Carrier current transmission system. 2,342.787 : 
Feb. 29. 

Brown, Myron J., Wxlkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Electronic power factor relay overload protec- 
tion. 2.361.172; Oct. 24. 

F.rown, Nathan J., Barrington, 111. Making waterproof 
tracing cloth. 2,361,082 ; Oct. 24. 

Brown, Norman G. (See Hobday, H. L., and Brown.) 

Brown, Odell T., Old Hickory, Tenn., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Winding apparatus. 2,357,079 ; Aug. 29. 

Brown Oil Tools, Inc. (See Brown, C. C, and Hastik, 
assignors.) 

Brown, Oliver H., Waupaca, Wis. Sight device for arch- 
ery bows. 2,351,103; June 13. 

Brown Paper Mill Company, The. (See McDonald, Man- 
uel C, assignor.) 

Brown, Percy, Buffalo, N. X. Grinder guard. 2,358,959 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Brown, Philip B.. Parral, Mexico. Arc bit point for rock 
drills. 2,358,052 ; Sept. 12. 



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Brown, Balph L., SwartUmore, Pa., and R. E. Plump, 
Haddonlield, N. J., assignors to The Pennsylvania Salt 
Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Making 
2,2,3 trichloro- and tribromo-alkanal-l compounds and 
the hydrates thereof. 2,351,000; June 13. 

Brown, Kay A., and A. Anderson, Rockford, 111. Appa- 
ratus for holding workpieces. 2,347,170 ; Apr. 25. 

Brown, Robert, Now York, assignor to Browninil Labora- 
tories, Inc., Hrooklyn, N. Y. Soap and its manufacture. 
2,354,680; July IS. 

Brown, Robert A., Elizabeth, N. J. Megaphone. 
2,340,818; Apr. 18. 

Brown, Robert C, Jr., trustee. (See States, Marshall 
N., assignor.) 

Brown, Robert L. and D. R., Portland, Oreg. Scaffolding 
bracket. 2,348,954 ; May 16. 

Brown, Robert O., and C. G. Harrel, assignors to Pills- 
bury Flour Mills Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Carry- 
ing agent for spice oils and preparing same. 2,356,501 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brown, Robinson W. (See Miller, E. L., and Brown.) 

Brown, Roy L. (See RIarker, W. M.. and Brown.) 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Windshield wiper. 
2,354,440; July 25. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Molding and vulcanizing 
hollow articles. 2.354,446 ; July 25. 

Brown, Roy VV., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Friction device. 2,354,448 ; 
July 25, 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
nett, Arthur F., assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Curry, 
Langdon W., assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Gigger, 
Walter A., assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Nel- 
son, Alden W., assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See 
Rich, C. A., and Twamley, assignors.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See 
Tandler, \V. S., and Walker, assignors.) 

Brown, Stanley J., Elm Grove, assignor to Met'1-Top 
Tables Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Support for garden hose. 
2,347,171 ; Apr. 25. 

Brown Steel Tank Company. (See Brown, Walter "V., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Mollne, 
111. Control device for manure spreaders and the like. 
2.342.837 ; Feb. 29. 

Brown. Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Molino, 
111. Controlling mechanism for agricultural implements. 
2.363,292 ; Nov. 21. 

Brown, Theophilus, Moline, and M. J. Martens, East 
Moline, assignors to Deere & Company, Moline, 111. 
Wheel. 2,340,105; Jan. 25. 

Brown, Theophilus, and F. T. Court, assignors to Deere 
& Company, Moline, 111. Power lift. 2,344,123 ; Mar. 
14. 

Brown, Thomas B., and M. L. Stansell, Dayton, Ohio. 
Archery bow. 2,344.799 ; Blar. 21. 

Brown, Thomas B., Oak Park, assignor to Universal 
Forging Co., Inc., Chicago, 111. Rotary forging ma- 
chine. 2,342,917 ; Feb. 29. 

Brown, Thomas F. (See Dyer, L. W., and Brown.) 

Brown, Wallace M. (See Holmstrom, J. (t., nnd Brown.) 

Brown, Wallace M., assignor to Kenworth Motor Truck 
Corporation, Seattle, Wash. Bogie assembly with 
trailing axle. 2,359,299 ; Oct. 3. 

Brown, Walter, Hermosa Beach, Calif. Method and ap-' 
paratus for forming composite metal articles. 
2,339,141 ; Jan. 11. 

Brown, Walter V., assignor to Brown Steel Tank Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Safety valve for tanks. 
2,349,137 ; May 16. 

Brown, William, Wilkes-Barre, assignor to Shock Proof 
Lens Guard, Inc., Kingston, Pa. Adjustable and re- 
movable brace for frameless eyeglasses. 2,344,230 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Brown, William B., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Remov- 
ing toluene from p-toluene sulphonic acid. 2,353,441 ; 
,Tuly 11. 

Brown, William B., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sul- 
phon.Ttion of toluene. 2,362,612 ; Nov. 14. 

Brown, William C, Detroit, Mich. Oil burner. 2,357,454 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Brown. William D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carnegie- 
Illinois Steel Corporation. Analyzing steel for copper. 
2,360,644 ; Oct. 17. 

Brown, William J., West Englewood, N. J., assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Vibration analyzer. 2,361,990 ; Nov. 7: 

Brown. William R., and N. A. Graveson, assignors to 
Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Company lyiniited, Stock- 
ton-on-Tees, England. Clay gun. 2,364,513 : Dec. 5. 

Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation. (See Bond, 
Allen M., Jr., assignor.) 

Brown, Zona, Chicago, 111. Seatless undergarment. 
2,344,674 ; Mar. 21. 

Brownback, Henry L.. Norristown, Pa. Bearing. 
2,357,578 ; Sept. 5. 



Brownback, Henry L., Norristown, Pa. Gas burners. 
2,362,972 ; Nov. 21. 

Browne, Harold B. (See Hughes, A. E., Browne, and 
Roderick.) 

Browne, Kenneth A., Falrlawn, N. J., EBsignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Supercharger controL 
2.341,974; Feb. 15. 

Browne, Kenneth A., Fairlawn, and E. F. Pierce, Pater- 
son, N. J., assignors to Wright Aeronautical Corpora- 
tion, Multisupercliarger control system. 2,359,615 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Browne, Thomas E., Jr. (See Langer, B. F., and Browne.) 

Urovvne, Thomas E., Jr., Wilkinsburg, assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Strain measuring system. 2,361,173 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Brownell, Carl R., Worcester, Mass. Layer for making 
wire cord. 2,342,999 ; Feb. 29. 

Browning, J. M. & M. S., Company. (See Browning, Val 
A., assignor.) 

Browning, Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Company, Oguen, Utah. Firearm. 2,365,389 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Browning, Stanley, Cynthiana, Ky. Razor strop and 
sterilizer. 2,358,757 ; Sept. 19. 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden, Utah. Sight for firearms. 2,341,204 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, O^en, Utah. Machine gun. 2,362,613 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden, Utah. Magazine and breechblock 
latching means for firearms. 2,303,772 ; Nov. 28. 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden, Utah. Machine gun air cooling 
means. 2,365,388 ; Dec. 19. 

Brownlee, Henry H., Washington, D. C. Control of power 
actuated machinery. Re. 22,527 ; Aug. 15. 

Brownlee, Kenneth H., Skokie, 111., assignor to The Meyer- 
cord Company. Printing serial numbers. 2,343,880 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Brownlee, Robert L., Chicago, 111. Power take-off 
clutch. 2,344,592 ; Mar. 21. 

Brownlee, Robert L., Chicago, 111. Clutch drive. 
2.344,593 ; Mar. 21. 

Brownlee, ' Robert L., Chicago, 111. Timber saw. 
2,353,873; July 18. 

Brownlee, Robert N., assignor to Wood Conversion Com- 
pany, Cloquet, Minn. Forming fibrous felts. 2,303,480 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Brownlow, David B., assignor to The Russell Manufac- 
turing Company, Middletown, Conn. Testing machine. 
2,352,161; June 27. 

Brownmil Laboratories, Inc. (See Brown, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Brownsey, Oscar, assignor to U. S. Slicing Machine Com- 
pany. La Porte, Ind. Knife. 2,358,210; Sept. 12. 

Brownstein, Henry J., assignor to Hysan Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Deodorant holder. 2,352,075 ; 
June 20. 

Browse, Sidney C, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Marking 
instrument. 2,365,802 ; Dec. 26. 

Brubaker, Francis W., Portland, Ind. Air nozzle. 
2.344,492; Mar. 21. 

Brubaker, George P., Los Angeles, assignor to Memovoi, 
Incorporated, Beverl;' Hills, Calif. Sound reproducing 
s.vstem. 2.348,204 ; May 9. 

Brubaker, Merlin M. (See Bailey, E. D., Brubaker, and 
Teeple.) 

Brubaker, Merlin M., Boothwyn, Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Con- 
densation of aldehydes with carboxylic acids and their 
derivatives. 2,341,016 ; Feb. 8. 

Brubaker, Merlin M., Boothwyn, Pa., and D. D. Coffman, 
and F. C. McGrew, assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Blended poly- 
amides. 2,339,237 ; Jan. 18. 

Bnice, Donald S., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Composite 
brake lining. 2,355,419 ; Aug. 8. 

Bruce, Donald S., and R. T. Halstead, Somerville, N. J., 
assignors to Johns-Manville Corporation, New York, N. 
Y. Composition and preparing same. 2,360,645 ; Oct. 
17. 

Bruce, E. L., 
signor. ) 

Bruce, E. L., Co. (See Partee, W. W., and Gray, 
signers.) 

Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, and R. C. Mathes, Maplewood, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Electric signaling. 2,342,246 : 
Feb. 22. =. 6 . , . 

Bruce, John K., Randolph, Mass. Merchandise conveyer. 

2,346,0.59 ; Apr. 18. 
Bruce, John N. (See Barker, M. E., Young, and Bruce.) 
Bruce, Leonard, New Castle, Ind. Casting rod. 2,344,533 ; 

Mar. 21. 
Bruce, Wesley G., Dallas, Tex., dedicated to the free 

use of the people in the territory of the United States. 

Larvicide. 2,357,717 ; Sept. 5. 
Bruce, Wesley G., Dallas, Tex ; dedicated to the free 

use of the People in the Territory of the United States. 

Insecticide. 2,365,245 ; Dee. 19. 



Company. (See Partee, Watkins W., 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Butte, Mont. Container. 2,364,125 ; 

assignor to Syncro Machine Company, 
Cable pull-off mechanism. 2,339,761 ; 

assignor to Syncro Machine Company, 
Cable pull-olf mechanism. 2,339,762 ; 



111. Rack inserting 



H., Halm, and 



Bruckman, William C, Yellow Springs, Ohio, assignor to 

Westlughouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Cleaning apparatus. 2,356,818 ; Aug. 

29.- 

Bruckner, Robert E., assignor to Kimble Glass Company, 

Vineland, N. J. Dental syringe. 2,354,649 ; Aug. 1. 
Brueckuiann, Frank G. (See Roesch, VV. G., and Brueck- 

mann.) 
Brueckner, Frederick F., assignor to W. R. Wilson, De- 
troit, Mich. Cutting-off machine. 2,342,246 ; Feb. 22. 
Bruegger, Zeno A., Boise, Idalio. Piston. 2.3-13,530 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Bruen, George C, assignor, by mesne assignments, of 
thirty-five and five-tenths per cent to himself, thirty- 
five per cent to S. E. Bruen, Chicago, five per cent to 
E. V. Dickinson. Highland Park, nine per cent to S. M. 
Bullock, Wilmette, 111., ten and five-tenths per cent to 
G. A. Stuart, Washington, D. C, two per cent to J. 
Fisher, Chicago, one per cent to M. Thoenen, Elmwood 
Park, one per cent to G. H. Fredericksen, Chicago, 111. 
and one per cent to E. M. Thorsen, St. Joseph, Mo. 
Card file. 2,340,862; Feb. 8. 

Bruen, Sophie E., et al. (See Bruen, George C, as- 
signor. ) 

Bruening, Lee P., 
Dec. 5. 

Bruestle, Carl O., 
Rahwav, N. J. 
Jan. 25. 

Bruestle, Carl O., 
Rahway, N. J. 
Jan. 25. 

Bruestle, Carl O. assignor to Syncro Machine Company. 
Rnhwny. N. T. Safety mechanism for coiler blocks. 
2.341.688; Feb. 15. 

Brugger. Hans C, Orangeburg, N. Y. Pump. 2,356,738 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Briigmann, William F., Evanston, 
mechanism. 2,343,043 ; Feb. 29. 

Briigmann, William F., Evanston, 111. Rack repairin; 
mechanism. 2,343.044 ; Feb. 29. 

Briihlmann, Gottfried. (See Thommen, 
Briihlmann.) 

Bruining. Carl, Muskegon, Mich., assignor to Anaconda 
Wire and Cable Company. Wire-enameling apparatus. 
2,357,168: Aug. 29. 

Bruker, Hobart W., assignor to G. W. Swift, Jr. Inc., 
Bordentown, N. J. Blank creasing and slotting ma- 
chine. 2,364,342 ; Dec. 5. 

Brumbaugh, Andrew K., Palo Alto, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Knuckey Truck Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Dual drive axle. 2.347,987 ; May 2. 

Brumbaugh, John M. (See Keck, A., and Brumbaugh.) 

Brumbaugh, John M. (See Schrader, H. J., and Brum- 
baugh.) 

Brumfield, Orlando t/., Pineville, La. Plant support. 
2,345,455 ; Mar. 28. 

Brumhill, Claude W., assignor to Imperial Typewriter Co. 
Ltd., Leicester, England. Carbon-sheet support for 
typewriters. 2,344,201 ; Mar. 14. 

Brumhill, Claude W., assignor to The Imperial Type- 
writer Company, Limited, Leicester, England. Platen 
carriage of typewriting machines. 2,360,196 ; Oct. 10. 

Brumlpu, Edward C, and W. E. Gilbert, Los Angeles, 
Calif. ; said Gilbert assignor to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Pressure-actuated 
tubing anchor. 2,350,973 ; June 6. 

Brummer, Olin, Oak Park, assignor of one-half to J. E. 
Barss. Riverside. 111. Tire lock. 2,343,366 ; Mar. 7. 

Brun, (jscar C, Copenhagen, Denmark ; vested in the 
Allen Property Custodian. Apparatus for measuring 
heat consumption. 2,351,920 ; June 20. 

Briin, Willi. (See Burrows, L. A., and Brtin.) 

Briin, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Ammunition primer composi- 
tion. 2.341.205 ; Feb. 8. 

Brtin, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Priming composition. 2,356,210 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brtin, Willi, and G. M. Calhoun, Bridgeport, Conn., as- 
signors to Remington Arms Company, Inc. Priming 
composition. 2,341,262 ; Feb. 8. 

Briin, AVilli, and P. H. Burdett, Bridgeport, Conn., as- 
signors to Remington Arms Company, Inc. Ammuni- 
tion priming composition. 2.350,670 ; June 6. 

Brund, Johan A., assignor to Svenska Cellulosa Aktlebola- 
get, Stockholm, Sweden. Making wall plates and the 

_ like. 2,363.226 : Nov. 21. 

Brundage, James W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The McNeil Machine and Engineei'ing Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Vulcanizer. 2,338,280 ; Jan. 4. 

Brundage, James W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The McNeil Machine and Engineering Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Vulcanizer. 2,343,641 ; Mar. 7. 

Brundage, James W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The McNeil Machine and Ensineei-lng Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Press. 2,343,881 ; Mar. 14. 

Brundage, James W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The McNeil Machine and Engineering Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Vulcanizer. 2.355.846 ; Aug. 15. 

Bruner, Frank H. (See Clarke, L. A., Bniner, Pevere, and 
Hatch.) 



Bruner, Frank H., Beacon, assignor to Tlie Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Alkylation of hydrocarbons. 
2.363,116: Nov. 21. 
Bruner, Frank H., Beacon, L. A. Clarke, Flshkill, and 
R. L. Sawyer, Beacon, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Alkylation of hydrocarbons. 2,345,095 : Mar. 28. 
Bruner, Raymond A., Muncie, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors C;orporation, Detroit, Mich. Box and handle 
therefor. 2,364,690: Dec. 12. 
Bruuiug, Charles, Company. (See Hruby, Joseph H., 
assignor.) 

Bruniugs, Karl J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y.' Recovery of organic compounds from 
photographic solutions. 2,358,053 ; Sept. 12. 

Brunjes, Austin S., Plandonie, assignor to The Lummus 
Company, New York, N. Y. Recovery of halogenated 
aromatic compounds. 2,342.838 : Feb. 29. 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The C. F. 
Pease Company. Slachine for making blueprints and 
the lilce. 2,364,514 ; Dec. 5. 
Brunner, Adolf, assignor to Sulzer Fr&res, Soci4t6 
Anonyme, Winterthur, Switzerland. Hydraulically op- 
erated oscillation damper. 2,349.610: May 23. 

Brunner, August H., Jr. (See Reckmeyer, V. IL, and 
Brunner.) 

Brunner. Elmer F., Silver Lake, assignor to Wingfoot 
Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Tire. 2,340,258 ; Jan. 25. 

Bruner, Frank H. (See Pevere, E. F., Clarke, Hatch, and 
Bruner.) 

Brunner, Otto, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Display device. 
2,354,102; July 18. 

Brunner, Reed R., Baltimore, Md., assignor to United 
Air Lines, Inc. Directional antenna. 2,350,337 ; 
June 6. 

Bruno Patents Inc. (See Bruno, William A., assignor.) 

Bruno Patents Inc. (See Slieptinsky, Julius, assignor) 

Bruno, William A., Astoria, Long Island, assignor to the 
firm Bruno Patents, Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Cou- 
pling means for tubular electrical conductors. 
2.340,732 ; Feb. 1. 

Bruno, William A., Astoria, Long Island, assignor to 
the firm Bruno Patents Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 
Coaxial transmission line. 2,359,350 ; Oct. 3. 

Bruno, William A., New Hyde Park, assignor to the firm 
Bruno Patents Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Connect- 
ing device. 2,359,351 : Oct. 3. 

Bruno, William A., New Hyde Park, assignor to the firm 
Bruno Patents Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Connect- 
ing means for conductors of coaxial electrical trans- 
mission lines. 2,365.048 ; Dec. 12. 

Bruns, William H. (See Paulson, A. W., and Bruns.) 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C. (See Adams, E. W., Brunstrum, 
and Flint.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Cloutier, 
EUery J., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Heden- 
skoog, Ernest, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Matteson, 
Jesse O., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Widdis, 
Emmett E., assignor.) 

Brunt, John, Kenilworth, N. J. Marine vessel. 2,348,783 ; 
May 16. 

Brunton, Bernard, and R. G. Booth, assignors to Selec- 
tion Engineering Co. Limited, London, England. Hol- 
low beam and column for use in buildings. 2,347,879; 
May 2. 

Brunton, Bernard, and R. G. Booth, London, England. 
Panel or unit for buildings and building constructed 
therefrom. 2,362.187 ; Nov. 7. 

Brunzell, Bror J., Viksjofors, Sweden. Combined punch- 
ing and fixing device for saw blades in saw frames. 
2,364,423; Dec. 5. 

Brus, Emile P., Kansas City, Mo. Renewable fuse plug. 
2,355,622 ; Aug. 15. 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Begun, Semi J., 
assignor.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See James, J. H., 
and Miller, assignors.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Kornel, Otto, 
assignor.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Shapiro, Harry 
B., assignor.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Williams, Alfred 
L. W., assignor.) 

Brush, Frederick F. (See De Sart, A. W., and Brush.) 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Substituted 
pimellc acids. 2,339,218 ; Jan. 11. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Esters of 9,9- 
di-i8-carboxyethylfluorene. 2,339,373 ; Jan. 18. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products Sc 
Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Esters of nitro- 
fatty acids. 2,342,119 ; Feb. 22. 

Bruson, Herman A., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company. Acetylated 
pimelic acids. 2,342,606 ; Feb. 22. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Aldehyde 
condensation products of s-benzyl thloammeline. 
2,345,456 ; Mar. 28. 



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Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Preparing 
jS-norborneol and its ether. 2,345,573 ; Apr. 4. 

Bruson, Herman A., PUiladelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company. Esters of 
bis-(2-carboxyethyl)ether. 2,347,627; Apr. 25. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Unsaturated 
polynitriles and making same. 2,352,515 ; June 27. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Di-(dihydro- 
nordicyclopentadienyl) -ether. 2,358,314; Sept. 19. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Aliphatic 
DOlyether polyamides. 2,359,708 ; Oct. 3. 

Br\isou, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cyano- 
ethvlated nitro compounds and preparing same. 
2,361,259 ; Oct. 24. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Indenyl iso- 
phorone. 2,364,056 ; Dec. 5. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Poly-j8-cyanoethyl indene as an in- 
secticide. 2,365,936 ; Dec. 26. 

Bruson, Herman A., and T. W. Riener, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Aldehydo-carboxylic acids. 2,342,607 ; Feb. 22. 

Bruson, Herman A., and T. W. Riener, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (8-cvanoethvlated aryl ^ -methyl sulphonamides. 
2,349,405 ; May 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., and T. W. Riener, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Oximino ethers. 2,352,514; June 27. 

Bruson, Herman A., and T. W. Riener, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Oximino ether. 2.352,516 : June 27. 

Bruson, Herman A., and T. W. Riener, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Cyauoaldehydes and producing them. 2,353,687 ; 
July 18. 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Device for lidding 
shank buttons. 2,360.471 ; Oct. 17. 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Adjustable precision 
tap. 2,360,472; Oct. 17. 

Brusset, Jean A., Blairmore, Alberta, Canada. Apparatus 
for classifying and separating particles of materials of 
different specific gravities. 2.353,543 ; July 11. 

Brusset, Jean A., Blairmore, Alberta. Canada. Classify- 
ing process and apparatus. 2,356,648 ; Aug. 22. 

Bruun, Svend W., Palisades Park, N. J., and E. Ram- 
busch, Brooklyn, assignors to Rambusch Decorating 
Company, New York, N. Y. Ventilator. 360,104 ; Oct. 
10. 

Bryant. Austin U., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Fluid 
Control Engineering Co. Fluid flow control device. 
2,353,143 ; July 11. 

Bryant, Austin D., Berkeley,- Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to H. W. Holt and W. Sieverts, Quincy, 
Mass. Life raft release device. 2,360,848; Oct. 24. 

Bryant, Austin U., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Fluid 
Control Engineering Co. Fluid flow controller. 
2,365,172 ; Dec. 19. 

Bryant, Cafleton E., Jr. (See Patten, C. M., and Bryant, 
Jr.) 

Bryant, Charles O., Batesville, Ark. Repairing an air 

bag. 2,338,620 ; Jan. 4. 
Bryant Chucking Grinder Company. (See Arms, Merton 

H., assignor.) 
Bryant Chucking Grinder Company. (See Moore, Willis 

F., assignor.) 
Bryant, Corwin W., Downers Grove, assignor to Crane Co., 

Chicago, 111. Motor operated toggle valve. 2,344,594 ; 

Mar. 21. 
Bryant, Corwin W., Downers Grove, assignor to Crane 

Co., Chicago, HI. Automatic handwheel clutch. 

2,350,958 ; June 6. 
Bryant, Corwin \V., Downers Grove, assignor to Crane 

Co., Chicago, 111. Fluid motor bypass valve. 2,362,349 ; 

Nov. 7. 
Bryant, Cuno, Multnomah County, Oreg. Film develop- 
ing holder for motion picture films. 2,344,493 : Mar. 

21. 

Bryant, Donald D., Huntington, W. Va. Buffer assembly. 
2,364,945 ; Dec. 12. 

Bryant. Edwin P., Corona, assignor to California Fruit 
Growers Exchange. Los Angeles, Calif. Preparation of 
peetic acid. 2,349,138 ; May 16. 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Beal, James F., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Hodgkins, Charles 
H., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Smith, R. M., and 
.Stpp.qstra. assignors.) 

Bryant, Frank D., Wethersfield, Conn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Elpctrie Company. Lamp base and socket. 
2,338,835 ; Jan. 11. 

Bryant, Frank D., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Operating system for discharge 
lamps. 2,352,936 ; July 4. 

Bryant, Frederick J., Auburn, Maine. Orthographic pro- 
jection stand. 2,358,054 ; Sept. 12. 



Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Converse, Julius, 
as.signor.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Higley, Frank R., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Higley, F. R., and 
Beam, assignors.) 

Br.vant Heater Company, The. (See Higley, F. E., and 
Converse, assignors.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Higley, F. R., and 
Ryden, assignors.; 

Bryant, James R., Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Combined 
ground working and soil pulverizing machine. 
2,343,390 ; Mar. 7. 

Bryant, Nelson H. (See Gustin, D. S., and Bryant.) 

Bryce, Allan E., Providence, R. I. Fastener. 2,364,266 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Photographic recorder for accounting machines. 
2,343,397 ; Mar. 7. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Record controlled interpreting machine. 2,343,398 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Multiplying mechanism for checking dividing 
computations. 2,343,399 ; Mar. 7. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Compound denominate number calculating ma- 
chine. 2,346,249 : Apr. 11. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,346,250 ; Apr. 11. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Recording device. 2,346,251 ; Apr. 11. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Photographic recording machines. 2,355,268 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, Nfew York, N. Y. 
Accounting machine. 2,357,455 ; Sept. 5. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation; New York, N. Y. 
Sheet feeding device. 2,357,456 ; Sept. 5. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,359,616 ; Oct. 3. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Magnetic recording apparatus. 2,359,617 : 
Oct. 3. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Photographic recording apparatus. 2,364,188 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bryce, Robert S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. f. Sizing paper. 2,354,662 ; Aug. 1. 

Bryner, Fred. (See Perkins, R. P., and Bryner.) 

Bryson, Bovd, assignor to Bryson Manufacturing Co., 
Inc., Clifton, N. J. Sewing machine. 2,364,515 ; Dec. 5. 

Bryson Manufacturing Co. (See Bryson, Boyd, assignor.) 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, N. Y. Vortex separator. 
2,346,005 ; Apr. 4. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, assignor to American Machine 
and Metals, Inc., New York. N. Y. Electric control 
for fluid operated machines. 2,341,689 ; Feb. 15. 

Bubb, Frank W., Webster Groves, assignor to Bli.'isissippi 
Valley Research Laboratories, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. 
Photoelastio instrument. 2.341.422 : Fph. 8. 

Buchal, Werner, and H. E. Veit, Parkville, assignors to 
The Glenn L. Martin Company, Middle River, Md. 
Bomb release mechanism. 2,365,049 ; Dec. 12. 

Buchanan, Archie N. (See Richey, J. A., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, Ben F., Leonia, N. J., and R. C. Drury. Skokie, 
111., assignors to American Maize-Products Company. 
S.qlad dressing. 2,338,083 ; Jan. 4. 

Buchanan, Ben F., Leonia, N. J., and R. L. Lloyd, 
Laurelton, N. Y., assignors to American Maize-Products 
Company. Partially gelatinized starch and protein 
mixture. 2,345,322 ; Mar. 28. 

Buchanan, Betty J., Oak Park, HI. Doll and making 
same. 2,340,172 ; Jan. 25. 

Buchanan, George T.. Chicago, 111. Coagulant composi- 
tion. 2,348,165 ; May 2. 

Buchanan, J. D., Burbank, Calif. Metalworking ap- 
paratus. 2.353.874: .Tnly IS. 

Buchanan, J. D., and P. W. Adler, Burbank, Calif. Vibra- 
tion tpsting device. 2.348. 1K9: .May !i. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield. Mass.. assignor to 
Westinghousp Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Door latch mechanism. 2,348,955 ; 
May 16. 

Buchanan, Michael K., Norfolk, Va. Flexible grid ice 
tray. 2,351,742 ; June 20. 

Bu<-lijinan. Myron \V.. Short Hills, assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Com))anv, Elizabeth, N. J. Cen- 
trifugal fan. 2,301,007: Oct. 24. 

Bucher, Joseph. (See Thompson, A. R., and Bucher.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



79 



Bucher, Thomas T. N., Narberth, assignor to Proctor & 
Schwartz, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Toaster. 2,356,649 ; 
Aug. 22. 
Bucuci, Conrad R., assignor of one-third to D. M. Dowd- 
ing and one-third to J. C. Tyler, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Vacuum operated counterbalance. 2,351,397 ; June IS. 

Buchet, Conrad R., assignor of one-third to D. M. Dowd- 
Ing and one-third to J. C. Tyler, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Hydrovacuumatic balance. 2,351.398; June 13. 

Buchhart, Josef, Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany ; vested 
In the Alien Property Custodian. Automatic trans- 
mission. 2,349,937 ; May 30. 

Buchholz, Herbert, Berlin, Germany, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Directive radiator. 2,343,531 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Biichi, Alfred, Winterthur, Switzerland. Cooling device 
for turbine rotors. 2,364,189 ; Dec. 5. 

Buchignaui, Kdward K., Memphis, Tenn. Match pack 
holder. 2,348,600 : May 9. 

Bucht, Maurice N., Wakefield, Mass. Paperhanger's table 
and straightedge. 2.339,909 ; Jan. 25. 

Buck. Clarence M., assignor to Hayes Industries, Inc., 
Jackson, Slich. Apparatus for making mufflers. 
2,362,350 ; Nov. 7. 

Buck, luisier. (See Walker, E. C, and Buck.) 

Buck, Johannes S. (See Baltzly, R.. de Beer, and Buck.) 

Buck, Johannes S. (See Lang, E. H., and Buck.) 

Buck, Johannes S., Albany, and L. Reiner, Mount Ver- 
non, assignors to Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. 
A.) Inc., New York, N. Y. Esters of substituted ter- 
tiary phenolic amines. 2,359,709 ; Oct. 3. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-De- 
troit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Suspension for 
multiwhppl vehicles. 2.351,001 ; June 13. 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Hollmann, 
H., and Van Voorhis, assignors.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. See Kuch, M. 
G., Petersen, Hartwig, and Livingston, assignors.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Magee, 
Robert B., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Van 
Voorhis. William G., assignor.) 

Buckingham, Francis, Franklinville, N. J., assignor to 
The Baldwin Locomotive Works. Fatigue testing ma- 
chine. 2,350,722 ; June 6. 

Buckle, George C. (See May, Jean L., assignor.) 

Bucklen, Herbert E., Jr., Elkhart, Ind. Relay. 2,339,676 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Bucklen, Herbert E., Elkhart, Ind. Relay. 2,342,527 ; 
Feb. 22. 

Bucklen. Herbert E., Jr., Elkhart, Ind., and J. Klotz, 
Chicago, 111. ; said Klotz assignor to said Bucklen. 
Switch. 2,339,675 ; Jan. 18. 

Buckles. William, South Bend, Ind. Scaifold. 2,360,105 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Buckley. Arthur B., Carshalton, England. Valve tappet. 
2,339.238: .Tan. 18. 

Buckley, Arthur H., Chicago, 111. Automatic control 
mechanism for motorized typewriters. 2,346,819 ; Apr. 
18. 

Buckley. James W.. Weatherford, Tex. Bale band buckle. 
2,361,991 ; Nov. 7. 

Buckley, Milford A., assignor to Carley Heater Company, 
Inc., Olean, N. Y. Scrubbing or cleaning machine. 
2,343,532 ; Mar. 7. 

Buckley JIusic System, Inc. (See Henry, Earle G., as- 
signor.) 

Buckloy, Stuart E., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Annaratus for producing 
oil wells which make water. 2,341,359 ; Feb. 8. 

Buckley, Stuart E., and G. G. Wrightsman, Houston, Tex., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Selectively plugging water sands. 2,338,799 ; Jan. 11. 

Buckman, HonuUI S., Kimberley, British Columbia, as- 
signor to The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Com- 
pany of Canada, Limited, Montreal, Quebec, (Canada. 
Concentrator. 2,361,927 : Nov. 7. 

Buckmaster, James L., Arlington, Va. Optical transfer 
instrument. 2,342,640 : Feb. 29. 

Buckmaster, James L., Arlington, Va. Transfer method 
and instrument. 2.352,615; July 4. 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Unjon 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Deseaming and de- 
surfacing apparatus. 2,349,902 ; May 30. 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The 
Linde Air I'roducts Company. Blowpipe apparatus. 
2,362,535 ; Nov. 14. 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The 
Linde Air Products Company. Apparatus for condi- 
tioning the surfaces of metal bodies. 2,302,536 ; Nov. 14. 

Bucknam, James H., and A. J. Miller, Cranford, and S. H. 
Royer, Elizabeth, N. J., assignors to The Linde Air 
Products Companv. Blethod of and apparatus for strip 
welding. 2.344,534 ; Mar. 21 . 

Bucknam. James H., Cranford. and W. B. M. CHark, 
Plainfield, N. J., assignors to The Linde Air Products 
Company. Welding. 2.3.59,352; Oct. 3. 

Buckner Manufacturing Company. (See Buckner, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Buckner, William A., assignor to Buckner Manufacturing 
Company, Fresno, Calif. Sprinkler. 2,345,030 ; Mar. 
28. 



Buckstaff, John D., Oshkosh, Wis. Stool. 2,364,516 • 
Doc. 5. ' 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., Massillon, assignor to The Timken 
Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Car truck. 
2,352,162 ; June 27. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Car truck. 2,352,103 : 
June 27. 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Bager, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus Erie Company. (See Davidson, Trevor O., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus Erie Company. (See Mork, George W., assignor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Paulsen, Thomas It., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Thornberg, Herbert W., 
assignor.) 

Buczkowski, Edward J., and S. J. Ostrowski, assignors to 
Keasbey & Mattison Company, Ambler, Pa. Roofing 
and shingle therefor. 2,340.038 ; Jan. 25. 

Buda Company, The. (See Brown, H. S., and Comfort, 
assignor's. ) 

Budd, Baylis P., Houston, Tex. ' Electrode holder. 
2,347,880 ; May 2. 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Bueh- 
rig, Gordon M,, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Cal- 
houn, John J., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Dean, 
Albert G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Eksergian, Rupen, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See La- 
baree, B., and Knipe, assignors,) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company, The (See 
Ledwinka, J., and Kelly, assignors,) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka. J., Trautvptter. and Kelly.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Lind- 
say, Alexander R., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Mun- 
gen, Theodore, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G,, Manufacturing Company. (See Pancoe 
George W,, assignor.) 

Budd Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Patton, 
John W., assignor.) 

^"c?'l'".-^*'^y^^^ G., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Schafer, Kurt, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Theri- 
ault, Raymond J., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Traut- 
vetter, George, assignor.^ 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Wal- 
ter, Michael, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Watter. 
M., and Blehl, assignors.) 

Budd Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Watter, M., 
and Scammell, assignors.) 

B«^,^- .Edward G., Mfg. Company. (See Weightman, 
William A., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Whitesell, 
John C, Jr., assignor.) 

Budd Induction Heating, Inc. (See Somes, Howard E, 
assignor.) 

Budd Induction Heating, Inc. (See Somes, H. E., and 
True, assignors.) 

Budd Induction Heating, Inc. (See Tarbos, John P., 
assignor.) ' 

Budd, Koy S„ Slater Bio. Valve. 2.357.169 ; Aug 29 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, Carolus L., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, C. L., and 

Gaenssle. assignors.) 
5"^5 ^S^^l Company. (See Farr, Warren H., assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Law, Hugh, assignor ) 
S"53 ""ijif el Company. (See Ledwinka, Joseph, assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Somes, Howard E., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Strickland, Harold A., Jr., 
assignor.) ' ' 

Budd, Wilbert H. (See Schellenger, N. C, and Budd ) 

Uuddrus, Edward, and H. L. Hays, Bartlesville, Okla , 
assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Treatment 
of hydrocarbons. 2.361,008; Oct. 24 

Budlong, Simeon, assignor to F. J. Littell Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Cutting apparatus. 2,339,456; 
Jan. 18. 

Budzyna, Walter J,, East Douglas, assignor to Draper 

?9.'^'].°';^t?°"-; Hopedale, Mass, Checking picker sticks. 

2,363,458 ; Nov. 21. 
Budzyna, Walter J., East Douglas, assignor to Draper 

Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Picker stick checking 

mechanism. 2,363,459 ; Nov. 21. 
Buehl, Russell C, Wilkinsburg, assignor to Plastic Metals, 

Inc., Johnstown. Pa. Rotary kiln. 2,363,390 ; Nov. 21. 
Buehler, Robert O., assignor to Victor Adding Machine 

Co., Chicago, 111. Printing mechanism. 2,361,260 ; 

Oct. 24. 

Buehler, Walter A., Cucamonga, Calif. Apparatus for 
manufacturing tanks and the like. 2,354,794 ; Aug. 1. 

Buehrig, Gordon M., Auburn, Ind., assignor to Edward G. 
Budd Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Mod- 
eling table. 2,341,170 ; Feb. 8. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Buell, Charles K., Bartlesville, Okla., and C. M. Coopor, 

Cincinnati, Obio, assignors to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. Furfural purification method. 2,350,584 ; 

June 6. 
Buensod-Stacey, Incorporated. (See Smith, Milton S., 

assignor.) 
Buensod-Stacey, Incorporated. (See Waterfill, Robert W.. 

assignor.) 
Buerger, iMartin J., Arlington, Mass., assignor to Arthur 

D. Little, Inc. Articles of non-iiietallic mineral com- 
pounds and producing same. 2,.S(!2,430 ; Nov. 7. 
Bupttner. Adam. (See Michael, W., and Buettner.) 
Buffalo Brake Beam Company. (See Busch, Charles R., 

assignor.) 
Bulla lo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Hyatt, Har- 
low G., assignor.) 
Buffalo Electio-Chemical Company. (See Ivauffmann, 

Hans O., assignor.) 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Kauffmann, H. 

O., and Slianley, assignors.) 
Buffalo Forge Company. (See Madison, Richard D., as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Forge Company. (See Tucker, William C, as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Foundry & Machine Co. (See Ilarcourt, G. N., 

and Lavett, assignors.) 
Buffalo Foundry & Machine Co. (See Kermer, Martin J., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Greiner, Carl 

F., assignor.) 
Buford, William J., assignor of ten per cent to L. H. 

Williams, Houston, Tex. Ball cock valve. 2,341,855 ; 

Feb. 15. 
Button, Lee M., Union Grove, Wis. Feeder. 2,365,862 ; 

Dec. 26. 
Bugg, Kenly C, Fort Wayne, Ind. Tool. 2,359,402 ; 

Oct. 3. 
Bugg, Kenly C., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Neptune 

Meter Company. Clutch mechanism. 2,347,243 ; Apr. 25. 
Buhler, Carl, Springfield, Mass., assignor to We.stiughouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,348.784 ; May 16. 
Bflhler, Gebritder. (See Messerli, Alexander, assignor.) 
Buhler, Henry W., Gloucester, Mass. Joint packing. 

2,300.106 : Oct. 10. 
Buhr, August G. (See Charley, W. G., and Buhr.) 
Buice, Albert A., Atlanta, Ga. Chain wrench. 

2,353,642 ; July 18. 
Builder-Thompson Engineering & Research Corporation. 

(See Thompson, Tom H., assignor.) 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Miner, Irving O., assignor.) 
Builders Safety Products, Inc. (See Walstrom, Emll 

A., assignor.) 
Bujdossy, Ylona, Los Angeles, Calif. Brassiere. 

2,352,367; June 27. 
Bukolt, Edmund V., executor. (See Bukolt, Roman B.) 
Bukolt, Roman B., deceased, by E. V. Bukolt, executor, 

Stevens Point, Wis. Bed. 2.346,289 ; Apr. 11. 
Bukowsky, Harry E., Port Townsend, Wash., assignor to 

Crown Zellerbach Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 

Load-positioning means. 2,352,885 ; July 4. 
Bulbullan, Arthur H. (See Bootbby, W. M., and Bul- 

bulian.) 
Bulbulian, Arthur H., Rochester, Minn. High altitude 

aviation mask. 2,348,108 ; May 2. 
Bulbulian, Arthur H., Rochester, Minn. Head harness 

for masks. 2,353,643 ; July 18. 
Bulgin, Douglas, Erdington, Birmingham, England, as- 
signor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber Corporation, Buffalo, 

N. T. Fire resistant electrically conductive rubber 

article. 2.341,360 ; Feb. 8. 
Bulin, Martin. (See Scarzello, L., Nowatius, and BuUn.) 
Bulkley. Ronald. (See Beard, L. C, Jr., and Bulkley.) 
Bull, Kenneth D., Oak Tree, N. J., assignor to Mack 

Manufacturing Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. 

Preselecting mechanism. 2,345,726 ; Apr. 4. 
Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, Edward P., Ill, 

assignor.) 
Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, E. P., Ill, Alvey, 

and Lange. assignors.) 
Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, E. P., Ill, Alvey, 

and Mussler, assignors.) 
Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, E. P., Ill, Cowell, 

and Mussler, assignors.) 
Bullard Company, The. (See Bullard, E. P., Ill, Mussler, 

Lange, Cowell, and Alvey, assignors.) 
Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Ludwell, Frederick K., 

assignor.) 
Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to 

The Bullard Company. Control mechanism. 2,352,183 : 

June 27. 
Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to 

The Billiard Company. Control mechanism. 2,352,184 ; 

June 27. 
Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to 

The Bullard Company. Transmission. 2,355,623 ; 

Aug. 15. 
Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 

Bullard Company. Hydraulic machine tool. 2,356,028 ; 

Aug. 15. 
Bullard, Edward P. Ill, Fairfield, L. B. Alvey, and P. H. 

Lange, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to The Bullard 

Company. Feed control for machine tools. 2,346,660; 

Apr. 18. 



Bullard. Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, L. E. Alvey, Bridge- 
port, and F. H. Mussler, Stratford, Conn., assignors to 
The Bullard Company. Machine tool. 2,351,921 ; June 
20. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, L. E. Alvey, Bridge- 
port, and F. H. Mussler, Stratford, Conn., assignors 
to The Bullard Company. Machine tool. 2,352,185 ; 
June 27. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, and E. N. Cowell and 
F. H. Mussler, Stratford, Conn., assignors to The 
Bullard Company. Transmission. 2,355,624 ; Aug. 15. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, F. H. Mussler, Strat- 
ford, P. H. Lange, Bridgeport, E. N. Cowell, Stratford, 
and L. E. Alvey, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to The 
Bullard Company. Machine tool. 2,355,625 ; Aug. 15. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, B'airfield, and E. N. Cowell and 
F. H. Mussler, Stratford, Conn., assignors to The Bul- 
lard Company. Transmission. 2,355,620 ; Aug. 15. 

Bullard, Harold C, Cambridge, Mass. Built-in ironing 
board. 2,358,906; Sept. 26. 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Fisher, Law- 
rence E., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, William 
H., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Fisher, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
Plsher, and Frank, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Platz, assignors.) 

Bulldog piectric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Robertson, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Platz, Elwood 
T., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Togesen, Alva 
A., assignor.) 

Buller, Francis H., Schenectady, N. Y., S. Zysk, East 
Lansdowne, Pa., and A. R. Lee, Schenectady, N. Y., as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Wiring scheme 
for oil-filled relay systems. 2,358,621 ; Sept. 19. 

Bullinger, Conrad, Riverside, assignor to A. siein & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Undergarment. 2.348,242 ; May 9. 

Bullinger, Conrad, Riverside, III., assignor to A. Stein 
& Company. Foundation garment anchor. 2,359,463 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Bullington, Robert K., Forest Hills, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Negative resistance loading. 2,360,932; Oct. 24. 

Bullock, Earle C, assignor to Metal Office Furniture Com- 
pany, Grand Rapids, Mich. Drawer construction. 
2,356,650; Aug. 22. 

Bullock, Ellis W., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Fly 
Ash Arrester Corporation. Fly ash collector. 2,348,785 ; 
May 16. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Knapsack fire ex- 
tinguished and sprayer. 2,343.400 ; Mar. 7. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Liquid pump. 
2,348^190 ; May 9. 

Bullock, Laurie H. (See Replogle, Daniel B.) 

Bullock, Laurie H., et al, executors. (See Replogle, 
Daniel B.) 

Bullock, Sarah M., et al. (See Bruen, George C, as- 
signor.) 

Bullows, Richard J., assignor to The Gear Grinding 
Company Limited, Shirley, near Birmingham, England. 
Trimming mechanism for grinding wheels. 2,345,323 : 
Mar. 28. 

Bulmer, William C, Aspinwall, assignor to Reliance Steel 
Products Company, McKeesport, Pa. Furnace door. 
2,355,142; Aug. 8. 

Bulova Watch Company. (See Lassieur, Eugene J., as- 
signor.) 

Bundy Incubator Company, The. (See Taggart, Joseph I., 
assignor.) 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Katz, Albert, assignor.) 

Bunker, Herbert H., Jersey City, N. J. Floor structure. 
2.360,933 : Oct. 24. 

Bunker, Herbert H„ assignor to Kerlow Steel Flooring 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Grating. 2,356,502 ; Aug. 
22. 

Bunn, B. H., Company. (See Bunn, Benjamin H., as- 
signor.) 

Bunn, Benjamin H., assignor to B. H. Bunn Company, 
Chicago, 111. Machine tying of hams and the like. 
2,358,685 ; Sept. 19. 

Bunn, Benjamin H., assignor to B. H. Bunn Company, 
Chicago, 111. Tying machine. 2,361,742 ; Oct. 31. 

Bunn, Benjamin H., assignor to B. H. Bunn Company, 
Chicago, 111. Tying machine. 2,363,391 ; Nov. 21. 

Bunting, Albert L., assignor to Union Research Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Color photography. 2,341,079 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Buono, Mario, Brooklyn, assignor to U. S. Blind Stitch 
Machine Corporation, New York, N. Y. Blind-stitch 
sewing machine. 2,355,904 ; Aug. 15. 

Buquor, Adolph P., Washington, D. C. Clamping device. 
2,363.392 ; Nov. 21. 

Burau, William E. (See Ferris, L. F.. Sklaar, and Burau.) 

Burbridge, John. (See Jensen, William, assignor.) 

Burby, Philip E., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinerv Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Lasting ma- 
chine. 2,354,663 ; Aug. 1. 



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Burby, Philip E., Beverly, assignor to United Shoe Jla- 
chinery Corporation, Boston, Mass. Lasting machine. 
2,364,057 ; Dec. 5. _^ 

Burch, Charles J. (See Barnes, M. H., Burch, and Ed- 
wards. ) 

Burch, Charles J., Brazil, Ind. Tobacco pipe. 2,364,424 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Burch, Charles J., Kenmoie, N. Y., assignor to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Method of and ap- 
paratu.") for welding. 2,360.934: Oct. 24. 

Burch, Frederick R., Seattle, Wash. Fishing tool. 
2,345,727 ; Apr. 4. ^ . „ ,. ^ 

Burch, Lvniion W. (See Parkhurst, M. K., and Burch.) 

Burch, Lyndon W., Pelham, N. Y., assignor to The Wil- 
colator Company, Newark, N. J. Control system for 
ovens. 2,361,530 ; Oct. 31. 

Burch. Thomas H., Dayton, Ohio. Adjustable circum- 
ference Rcriber. 2,347,6.59 ; May 2. 

Burchell, Efford, Port Chester, assignor to Burchell-Hollo- 
way Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
maldns designs. 2,357,310 ; Sept. 5. 

Burchell-Holloway Corporation. (See Burchell, Efford, 
assignor.) 

Burchenal, Wm., et al. (See Peck, Robert E., assignor.) 

Burckhardt. Alfred, assignor to Pitney-Bowes Postage 
Merer Co., Stamford, Conn. Letter stripping means. 
2,3.39.835 ; Jan. 25. 

Bnrd. Martin M. (See Burd, Samuel T. and M. IM.) 

Burd Pistou Ring Company. (See Rives, George A., as- 
signor.) 

Burd. Samuel I. and M. M., Melrose Park, Pa. Display 
device. 2,362,800 : Nov. 14. 

Burd. Willard K. (See Heitzman. George, assignor.) 

Burdett, Horace H., Milford, assignor to Draper Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale, Mass. Filling carrier transferring 
mrrlianism. 2.350.308: May 30. 

Burdett, Philip H. (See Brun, W., and Burdett.) 

Bunlert, Philip H., assignor to Remington Arms Com- 
pany, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Material blending. 
2.345,554 ; Apr. 4. 

Burdett, Philip H., Bridgeport, and G. M. Calhoun, Fair- 
field, Conn., assignors to Remington Arms Company, 
Inc. Ammunition priming composition. 2,345,868 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Bu'dett. Philip H., Bridgeport, and G. M. Calhoun, Fair- 
field, Conn., assignors to Remington Arms Company, 
Inc. Ammunition priming composition. 2,356,211 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Burdett, Philip H., Bridgeport, W. S. Reynolds, Strat- 
ford, and .1. R. Turner, Milford, assignors to Remington 
Arms Company. Inc.. Bridgeport, Conn. Measuring de- 
vice. 2.356.212; Aug. 22. 

Burdick-Baron Company. (See Wirtz, Fred, assignor.) 

Burdick, Harry J., McCombs, Anaheim, Calif. Valve. 
2.3.50,988 : June 13. 

Burdick, John S., North IMuskegon, assignor to Tlie Shaw- 
Walker Company, Muskegon, Mich. Back assembly for 
composite metal and wood chairs. 2,343,494 ; Mar. 7. 

Burdick, John S., North Muskegon, assignor to The Shaw- 
Walker Company, Muskegon, Mich. Leg assembly for 
composite metal and wood furniture. 2,345,178 ; Mar. 
28. 

Burdick, Richard, et al. (See Pollard, John H., assignor.) 

Burdick. Robert H., Chelmsford, England, assignor to Ra- 
dio Corporation of America. Electric power control 
circuit. 2,340,791 ; Feb. 1. 

Burdick, Sherman M. (See Fairbairn, W. M., and Bur- 
dick.) 

Burdick, Will S. (See Jacobs, H. S., and Burdick.) 

Burdick, Will S., West Allis, and H. S. Jacobs, assignors to 
Harnischfeger Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Crane 
drive system. 2.357,517 ; Sept. 5. 

Burdick, William E. (See Gilchrist, T. R., and Bur- 
dick.) 

Burg, Homer L., Dallas City, 111. Molding sand milling 
machine. 2.345,457 ; Mar. 28. 

Burge, Clyde B. fSee Burge, Keith W. and C. B.) 

Burgp, Keith W. and C. B., Gary, Ind. Carrying device. 
*^ 339 598 ■ .Tan. 18 

Burgeni, Alfred, East Orange, and R. L. Keown, Belleville, 
assignors to The Clark Thread Company. Newark, N. J. 
Mechanism for waxing thread. 2,344.079 : Mar. 14. 

Burger, Dallas O. (See Battley, J. F., Burger, and 
Monro.) 

Burger, Frank, Flushing, N. Y. Shoeshine outfit. 
2..356.n29 : Aug. 15. 

Burger, Frank A. (See Hobson, J. H., and Burger.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Lawson, Herbert E., 
assignor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See MacFarland, Allison M., 
assignor. 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Nelson, G. H., and Mac- 
Farland, assignors.) 

Burgess, Charles O., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Electro Metallurgical Company. Improving abrasion 
resistance of alloys. 2,353,688; July 18. 

Burgess, Everett H. (See Lehane, T. J., and Burgess.) 

BnrcPRs, Kverett H. (See Van Vulnen. J., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Frank E., assignor to Burgess-Norton Manu- 
facturing Company, Geneva, 111. Tread unit for end- 
less tracks. 2,350,444 ; June 6. 

Burgess, Frank E., assignor to Burgess-Norton Manu- 
facturing Company, Geneva, 111. Endless track con- 
struction. 2,350,445 ; June 6. 



Burgess, Fra.nk E., assignor to Burgess-Norton Manufac- 
turing Company, Geneva, 111. Endless track tread. 
2,353.124; July 11. 

Burgess, Frank E., assignor to Burgess-Norton Manufac- 
turing Company, Geneva, 111. Making endless track 
treads. 2,354,650 ; Aug. 1. 

Burgess, James H., Marion, and G. W. Fender, Nebo, 
N. C. Warp stop mechanism for looms. 2,353,644 ; 
July 18. 

Burgess, Lothian M. (See Boggs, J. K., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Lothian M., Chatham, N. J., assignor to .J. Al. 
Huber, Inc., New York, N. Y. Thermofluid printing 
inks and vehicles therefor. 2,362,431 ; Nov. 7. 

Burgess, Lou A., Sasabe, Ariz. Bridle and hackamore bit. 
2,342,449 ; Feb. 22. 

Burgess-Manning Company. (See Hoyle, Robert L., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess-Manning Company. (See Leadbetter, Ralph L., 
assignor.) 

Buigess, Montague S., Queens Village, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Measuring system and circuit. 2,364,190 ; Dec. 5. 

Burgess-Norton Manufacturing Company. (See Burgess, 
Frank E., assignor.) 

Burgess-Norton Manufacturing Company. (See Sandberg, 
Ray A., assignor.) 

Burgess, William S, (See Weaver, J. B., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, William S., assignor to Weaver Associates Cor- 
poration, Washington, D. C. Hull form. 2,347,077 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Burgett, Kenneth L., Peoria, 111. Wrist sprung glove. 
2,344,080: Mar. 14. 

Burggraf, Albert W., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwiiulcee, Wis. Arc welding chill. 2.357.170 ; Aug. 29. 

Burghofif, Henry L. (See Crampton, D. K., and Burg- 
hoff.) 

Burgwin, Stephen L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Treatment of silicon-iron alloys. 2,351,922 ; 
June 20. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Stand- 
ard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Increasing the 
service life of asphalt. 2,340,640 ; Feb. 1. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Catalyst man- 
ufacture. 2,342,247 ; Feb. 22. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Catalytic 
isomerization of olefins. 2,342,248 ; Feb. 22. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Catalyst man- 
ufacture. 2,342,249 ; Feb. 22. 

Burk, Robert B., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Separation 
and purification of aromatic compounds. 2,343,744 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Removal of 
aromatics, sulphur, or unsaturates from hydrocarbons. 
2,343.841 ; Mar. 7. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Polymeriz- 
ing unsaturated hydrocarbons. 2,345,574 ; Apr. 4. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Heavy duty 
lubricant. 2,346,356 ; Apr. 11. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Solvent-ex- 
tracting gasolines. 2,364,517 ; Dec. 5. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Catalytic conversion of hydrocarbons. 2,345,096 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Preparing gasoline of low gum-forming tendency. 
2,345,575 ; Apr. 4. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, and E. Kropp, as- 
signors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Treating coal. 2,346,151 ; Apr. 11. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. High temperature lubricant. 2,346,357 ; Apr. 11. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Manufacture of precipitated catalysts. 2,363,498 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, and M. J. Hartig, . 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Liquid distribution. 2,364,058 ; Dec. 5. 

Burke, Arnold C, Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Frame for 
processing photographic negatives. 2,352,601 ; July 4. 

Burke, Charles E., Ludlow, Ky. Machine for molding 
solder bars. 2,365.743 ; Dec. 26. 

Burke, F. Vincent, Brooklyn, N. Y. Locking guide on 
syringe needles. 2,338,800 ; Jan. 11. 

Burke, Ormonde J., New York, N. Y. Valve construc- 
tion. 2,347,988 ; May 2. 

Burke, William O., assignor to Nation.al Lock Co., Rock- 
ford, 111. Refrigerator latch. 2.342,250: Feb. 22. 

Burkhalter, Harry D., Jr., Bowling Green, Ohio. Propeller 
pitch change mechanism. 2,365,676 ; Dec. 26. 

Burkhardt Company, The. (See Johnson, Stanley G., 
assignor.) 



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Burkliardt Company, The. (See Russell, Alfred R., as- 
signor.) 
Burklijirdt, Max, Ilanau-on-the-Main, E. Czapp, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Mam, and A. Jedele, Hanau-on-the-Main, 
Germany ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. 
Composition for the production of protheses. 2,341,593 ; 
Feb. 15. 
Burkliardt, Wllhelm. (See Berghaus, B., and Burkhardt.) 
Burkhart. James IC, et al. (See Sperry, D. E., and 
Landess, assignors.) 

Burkhart. William S., Lockland, Ohio. Concentration 
2.34."?. lf.9 ; Feb. 29. 

Burkholder, Noah N. (See JIartin, Ivan Z., assignor.) 

Burkliolder, Oscar S., Oakland, Calif. Footrest. 
2,341,080 : Feb. 8. 

Burkholder, Paul R., New Haven, Conn., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation, Borough of Manhattan, New York, 
N. Y. F(>rmi'ntntion process for the production of 
riboflavin (vitamin Ba). 2,363,227; Nov. 21. 

BurUlev, Clement J., assignor to VN'ingtoot Corporation, 
Aknin, Ohio. Safety tube. 2,343.828 ; Mar. 7. 

Burklev, Clement J., assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron, Ohio. Making inner tubes. 2,358,126 ; Sept. 
12. 

Burleigh, David S., Wembley, England. Automatic 
photographic machine. 2,35.5,779 ; Aug. 15. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Valparaiso, Ind. Folding chair. 
2,350,013 : May 30. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Valparaiso, Ind. Receptacle. 2,351,597 ; 
June 20. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Valparaiso, Ind., assignor to Milton L. 
Sturm, Evanston, doing business as Milton Sturm & 
Company, Chicago, 111. File rack. 2,351,571 ; June 13. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Valparaiso, Ind., assignor to M. L. 
Sturm, Evanston, doing business as Milton Sturm & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Folding table. 2,365,451 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Burlin, Leslie H., Valparaiso, Ind., assignor to M. L. 
Sturm, Evanston, doing business as Milton Sturm & 
Company. Chicago, 111. Bookrack. 2,365,452 ; Dec. 19. 

Burman & Sons Limited. (See Briggs, Thomas H. and 
W. H., assignors.) 

Burmeister, Frederick H. (See Dow, D. M., and Burmeis- 
ter.) 

Burmeister, Frederick H., and I. F. Flatz, assignors to 
Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. 
Insecticide dispenser. 2,362,351 ; Nov. 7. 

Burmeister, Robert M., Pasadena, assignor to Universal 
Buyers, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Adjustable frame 
for barbecue structures and the like. 2,365,390 ; Dec. 
19. 

Buruam, Thompson W. (See Corp, Maurice J., assignor.) 

Buinam. Thompson W., Inglewood, Calif. Drilling fluid. 
2..'?52.4fiS : .rune 27. 

Burnat, Henri L. (See Marette, J. L. J., and Burnat.) 

BurnUy Kn^'iueering Company. (See Bergman, Sidney 
D., assignor.) 

Burndy Engineering Company. (See Lee, M., and Mat- 
thysse, assignors.) 

Burndy Engineering Company. (See Rogoff, Julian, as- 
signor.) ■ 

Burndy Engineering Company, Inc. (See Paucek, Andrew 
J., assignor.) ^ _ 

Burnett, Burton F. (See Hippie, J. L., Dewey, and 
Burnett.) 

Burnett. Burton F., Canton, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Dispensing attachment 
for tractors. 2.361,083 : Oct. 24. 

Burnett, Clinton B., Waukegan, 111., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Shingle and 
making the same. 2,347,250 : Apr. 25. 

Burnett, Henry J., West Brookfleld, Mass. Food dehy- 
drator. 2,359,199 ; Sept. 26. 

Burnett, Marie C, executrix. (See Burnett, Richard W., 
assisnor.) 

Burnett, Richard T., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration, South Bend. Ind. Brake. 2,355,143 ; Aug. 8. 

Burnett, Richard W., Chicago, 111., M. C. Burnett, Execu- 
trix, assignor to Marie C. Burnett. Railroad car hand 
brake. 2.363,393 ; Nov. 21. „ „ „ 

Burnett Robert N., deceased, Monrovia, by S. Hoffmann, 
Olendale, Cnlif., executor. Valve. 2,352,368 ; June 27. 

Burnett, Samuel A., Ottumwa, Iowa. Basket grate for 
stoves. 2,365,391 : Dec. 19. 

Burnette, Algernon R., New York, N. Y. Separating ex- 
pansible fluids from nonexpansible fluids. 2,349,938 ; 
May 30. 

Burnev, Henrv P., Jr., San Antonio, Tex. Sign control. 
2.348,054 : May 2. 

Burnham. Bradshaw, assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Numbering stamp for printing 
machines. 2,341,361 ; Feb. 8. 

Burnham, Bradshaw, and E. Hoag, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Photographic print- 
ing apparatus. 2,353,218 ; July 11. 

Burnham, Clarence W., assignor to The Fellows Gear 
Shaper Company, Springfield, Vt, Slideway lubrica- 
tion. 2.343,533 ; Mar. 7. 

Burnham. Ethel \V., Sierra Madre, Calif. Knitting needle. 
2,353,875 : July 18. 

Burnham, Hugh D., Edwardsville, 111., and F. T. Weiss, 
Normandy, Mo., assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Metal deactivator. 
2,352,164; June 27. 



Burnham, Lawrence B., Chicago, 111. Phonograph, 
2.360.847 ; Oct. 24. 

Burnham, Locke H., Pittsfield. Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric apparatus. • 2,347,989 ; 
May 2. 

Biirnhnm, Vireil A. (Spp Jones. R. M., and Burnham.) 

Burnham, Walter E. (See Preedman, G. L., and Burn- 
ham.) 

Bums, Bruce. (See Roy, K. H., Burns, Larson, and 
Lewis.) 

Burns, Bruce, assignor to The Garrett Corporation, Aire- 
search Manufacturing Company division, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Oil cooler having protective and control means. 
2,354,362 ; July 25. 

Burns, Charles R., West Reading, Pa., assignor to Vanity 
Fair Mills, Inc. Warp knit fabric and making the 
same. 2,356,819 ; Aug. 29. 

Burns. Dalmore A., Los Angeles, Calif. Electric razor. 
2,339,677; .Ian. 18. 

Burns, David E., Colfax, Wash. Exercising device. 
2,362.111 ; Nov. 7. 

Burns, Frank D., Greensboro, N. C, assignor of one-half 
to G. McSweeney, Richmond, Va. Sharpener for meat- 
chopping machines. 2,338,995 ; Jan. 11. 

Burns, li'red J., Saginaw, Mich, assignor to The Columbia 
Mills, Inc., New York, N. Y. Adjustable ventilator. 
2.355,847 ; Aug. 15. 

Burns, George A., Liverpool, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Remote control and supervisory system. 
2,344,231 ; Mar. 14. 

Burns, Jay. (See Cryns, Josef, assignor.) 

Burns, Jean, trustee. (See Roy, K. H., Burns, Larson, 
and Lewis, assignors.) 

Burns, John S., Burwood Park, Walton-on-Thames, Eng- 
land. Earth-moving machinery. 2,365,677 : Dec. 26. 

Burns, Joseph R., Millbourne, Pa. Binding device. 

2.358.622 ; Sept. 19. 

Burns, Leroy H., Cleveland, Ohio., assignor to The Na- 
tional Telephone Supply Company. Wire connecting 
sleeve. 2,342,788; Feb. 29. 

Burns, Leroy H., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The Na- 
tional Telephone Company. Wire connecting device. 
2,347,540; Apr. 25. 

Burns, Louis G. (See Roth. J. M., and Burns.) 

Burns, Walter, Hunger, Mich. Potato seed cutter. 
2,338,996 ; Jan. 11. 

Burns, Wilford E., Burlingame, assignor to M. J. B. Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Can. 2,349,939 ; May 30. 

Burpee, Dorothy R. (See Whiting, Walter K., assignor.) 

Burr, George O., assignor to Regents of The University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Coating composition. 

2.358.623 ; Sept. 19. 

Burr, Glen L. (See Christensen, E. R., and Burr.) 

Burre. Philip H., South Ozone Park, N. Y. Receptacle. 
2,349,238 ; May 23. 

Burrell, Prank C. Lyons, 111. Tire and wheel lock. 
2,347,767 ; May 2. 

Burrell, Harry. (See Barth. R. H., and Burrell.) 

Burrell, Harry, Clifton, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Heyden Chemical Corporation. Alcoholysis 
catalysts. 2,360,393 ; Oct. 17. 

Burrell, Harry, Paramus, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Heyden Chemical Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Alcohol-reaction catalysts. 2,360,394; Oct. 17. 

Burrell, Gilbert. Lansing, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Starter-throttle interconnec- 
tion. 2,347,251 : Apr. 25. 

Burrell Technical Supply Company. (See Holmes, Donald 
C, assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Fettig, Ar- 
thur J., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See McCabe, 
Russell H., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Muller, 
Robert L., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Racz, Ernest, 
assignor.) 

Burroughs, Samuel G. (See Corkery, P. W., and Bur- 
roughs,) 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.). (See Phillips, 
A. P., and Randall, assignors.) 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. (See Baltzly, 
R., de Beer, and Buck, assignors.) 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. (See Buck, 
J., and Reiner, assignors.) 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. (See Lang, 
E. H., and Buck, assignors.) 

Burrowes Corporation, The. (See Leacy, Eugene S., 
assignor.) 

Burrows, Lawton A., Woodbury, N. J., and W. Brfln, 
Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to Remington Arms Com- 
pany, Inc, Ammunition priming mixture, 2,341,263; 
Feb. 8. 

Burrows, Lawton A., and J. B. Loe, Woodbury, N. J., as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Metal clamp. 2.348.326 ; May 9. 

Burrus, Paul B., assignor to American Aircraft Asso- 
ciates, Dayton, Ohio. Attaching means. 2,364,599 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Burry, Arthur A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Means for 
heating thermoplastic materials for molding. 2,354,- 
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Burry, Arthur A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Heating 
thermoplastic materials for molding. 2,358,624 ; Sept. 
19. 
Burstrom, Gustave A., New York, N. T. Machine key 

extractor. 2,339,143 ; Jan. 11. ^„ ,„ , 

Burt Clarence ID., Altadena, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc.. Huntington Park, Calif. Cementing, washing, and 
acidizing retainer for oil wells. Re. 22,483 ; May 23. 
Burt, Fred, et al. (See Harmon, Luther E., assignor.) 
Burt. Henry C, Laingsburg, Mich. Surveying instru- 
ment. 2,346,000 ; Apr. 4. 
Burt, George H., Metairie, La., assignor to The Celotex 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Multiple spindle drilling 
apparatus. 2,342,251 ; Feb. 22. 
Burt, Lauren. (See Fullers Edgar I., assignor.) 
Burt, Ray W., Lafayette, Colo. Safety device. 2,350,014 ; 

May 30. 
Burt, Robert V., assignor to The Procter & Gamble Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Soap cutter. 2,359,403 ; 
Oct. 3. 
Burtle, Jerome G., Godfred Township, Madison County, as- 
signor to Western Cartridge Company, East Alton, 111. 
Manufacture of explosives. 2,347.660 ; May 2. 
Burtnett, Edith G. (See Burtnett, Everett R. assignor.) 
Buitnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to E. G. Burt- 
nett, Los Angeles, Calif. Transmission mechanism and 
control means therefor. 2,341,512 ; Feb. 15. 
Burton, Charlie. (See Welsby, S., and Burton.) 
Burton, Courtland D., Indianapolis, Ind. Reading attach- 
ment for beds. 2,359,895 ; Oct. 10. 
Burton, Gus, Wadley, Ga. Emergency landing runway. 

2,351,002 ; June 13. 
Burton, Harry H., Worcester, Mass. Pumping appara- 
tus. 2,360,038; Oct. 10. 
Burton, Robert A., High Point, N. C, assignor to Burton 

Upholstery Company. Sofa bed. 2,343.642 : Mar. 7. 
Burton, Robert L., et al. (See Chandler, Walter R., 

assignor. ) 
Burton-Rodgers, Inc. (See Howard, D. K., Benckenstein, 

and Porter, assignors.) 
Burton Upholstery Company. (See Burton, Robert A., 

assignor.) 
Burts, Edgar D., Columbus, Ga. Recording mechanism. 

2,344.675 ; Mar. 21. 
Burn. Granville \V. (See Cole, P. J., and Burtt.) 
Burwick, Lloyd W., McAllen, Tex., C. D. Cothran, Po- 
mona, and T. G. Cunning, Upland, assignors to Brogdex 
Company. Pomona, Calif. Preparation of fresh fruit 
for market. 2,364,946 ; Dec. 12. 
Busch, Aloysius J., Madison, and I. H. Henry, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Communication sys- 
tem. 2.338.997; Jan. 11. 
Busch, Aloysius J., Madison, I. H. Henry, East Orange, 
and C. F. Seibel, Glen Rock, N. J., assignors to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Automatic switching telephone system. 2,350,873 ; 
June 6. 
Busch. Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake rig- 
ging and/or railway car truck. 2,340,927 ; Feb. 8. 
Busch, Charles R.. Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake rig- 
trititr ayin/nr niilway cnr truck. 2,340,928; Feb. 8. 
Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake beam 
and guide therefor. 2,350,671 ; June 6. 
Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo Brake 
Beam Companv. New York, N. Y. Brake rigging and/or 
railway car truck. 2,365,744 ; Dec. 26. 
Buschow, Herman F. (See Chute, S. J., and Buschow.) 
Buschow, Herman F., New York, N. Y., and E. G. Kngel, 
Roselle. X. J., assignors to The M. W. Kellogg Company, 
New York. N. Y. H^at exchanger. 2,348.601 ; May 9. 
Bush, Burton T., Inc. (See Gump, William S., as- 
signor.) 
Bush, Burton T., Inc. (See Kunz, E. C, Luthy, and Gump, 

assignors.) 
Bush. Burton T., Inc. (See Stevens, P. G., and Erickson, 

assignors.) 
Bush, Clay. (See Henricks, Raymond A., assignor.) 
Bush. Crf-orge L. (See May, H. F., Bush, and Frisch- 

knecht.) 
Bush, J. E. (See Brown, Lemual G., assignor.) 
Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, assignor to The Westinghouse 
Air Bralce Company, Wilmerdlng, Pa. Accumulator. 
2.347.932 ■ Mav 2. 
Bush. Riisspil J. ■ (Spp Dodge. H. M.. and Bush.) 
Bu.'shko, George, Eynon, Pa. Garment hanger. 2,364,619 ; 

Dec. 12. 
Bushman. Robert P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
St. Regis Paper Company. New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for packing cement or the like material. 2,360,313; 
Oct. 17. 
Bushmire, William J., Jr., Cannonsburg, Pa. Automatic 
safety control for moving-picture machines. 2,340,792 ; 
Feb. 1. 
Bushnell. James E., Aspinwall. assignor to Blaw-Knox 
Company, Blawnox, Pa. Paving. 2.361,.377 : Oct. 31. 
Bushnell, William M., Chicago, 111. Cutting tool. 
2,339,144 ; Jan. 11. 



Bushrod, Charles J., Prestwich, assignor to Magnesium 
Elektron Limited, London, England. Protection of 
magnesium and magnesium base alloys against corro- 
sion. 2,352,076 ; June 20. 
Busi, Mario, assignor to The Silver Globe Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Dry cleaning system. 2,355,508 ; 
Aug. 8. 
Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Angle indicating apparatus. 2,363,941 ; Nov. 28. 
Business Collaborators, Inc. (See Schelly, Cyril G., as- 
signor.) 
Busl<. Robert S., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Heat treatment of magnesium alloys. 
2,363,394 ; Nov. 21. 
Buss, Alfred B. (See Conway, Thomas J., and Buss.) 
Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Brake beam mounting. 
2.359,353; Oct. 3. 
Busse, i;<>bert W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cover slip. 2,342,918.' 

Feb. 29. 
Busse, Warren F., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for equalizing the tension in a plurality of 
strands. 2,346,3.'i8 : Apr. 11. 
Busser, Frank S., et al., trustees. (See Kokatnur, V. E., 

and. Van Hook, assignors.) 
Buiclier. Claude H., Uswego, Oreg. Aerial toy. 

2.358,379 ; Sept. 19. 
Butcher, Maude L., Seattle, Wash. Cabinet. 2,344,800 ; 

Mar. 21. 
Butenandt, Adolf. (See InhofCen, H. H., Butenandt, and 

Schwenk.) 
Butenandt, Adolf, Berlln-Dahlem, Germany, assignor to 
Scherlng Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Compounds of 
the cyclopentano-polyhydrophenanthrene series and the 
manufacture thereof. 2,341,081 ; Feb. 8. 
Butenandt, Adolf, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany, assignor to 
Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Manufacture 
of pregnendione from iso-pregnenolone and interme- 
diates obtained thereby. 2,341,594 ; Feb. 15. 
Butenandt, Adolf, Danzig-Langfuhr, Freestate Danzig, 
and L. Strassberger, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Schering Corporation, 
Bloomfield, N. J. Derivatives of 3.17-dioIs of the 
cyclopentano polyhydrophenanthrene series and produc- 
ing the same. 2,344,965; Mar. 28. 
Butenandt, Adolf, Berlin-Dahlem, J. Schmidt-Thomg, 
Berlin-Zehlendorf, Germany, and E. Schwenk, assignors 
to Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Compounds 
of the cyclopentano-polyhydrophenanthrene series and 
manufacture of the same. 2,353,808 ; July 18. 
Butland, Ralph A., Washington, D. C. Heat conductivity 

apparatus. 2.347.661 ; May 2. 
Butler, Benjamin F., Westport, and E. A. Hirdler, as- 
signor to Remington Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, 
Conn. Metal drawing process. 2,350,491 ; June 6. 
Butler, Beryl M., assignor to Pan American Refining 
Corporation, Texac City, Tex. Electrically responsive 
pressure release means. 2,363,117 ; Nov. 21. 
Butler, Edgar M., New Orleans, La. Electrolytic water 

correction device. 2,348,882 ; May 16. 
Butler, Edward A. (See Claybourn, L. W., and Butler.) 
Butler, Edwa'.d, assignor to The Glenn L. Martin Com- 
pany, Middle River, Md. Engine sling. 2,343,045 ; 
Feb. 29. 
Butler, Edwin I., Baltimore, assignor to The Glenn L. 
Martin Company, Jliddle River, Md. Flexible cell sup- 
port. 2,361,743 ; Oct. 31. 
Butler, Ernest L., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Fastening 
forming machine. 2,353.645 ; July 18. 
Butler, Ernest L., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Edge gaug- 
ing mechanism. 2,356,213 ; Aug. 22. 
Butler, Frederick W., Oakland, assignor to Alaska Pack- 
ers Association, San Francisco, Calif. Can transfer 
apparatus and method. 2.354,103 ; July 18. 
Butler, John W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Protection of polyphase impedance 
networks. 2.349,611 ; May 23. 
Butler Jones (Nameplates) Limited. (See Butler- Jones, 

Walter R., assignor.) 
Butler-Jones, W. R., Sydenham, London, assignor to But- 
ler Jones (Nameplates) Limited, Lower Sydenham, 
London, England. Copy holding appliance and copies 
for use in engraving machines. 2. .^44,849 : Mar. 21. 
Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Damme, W. C, 

and Gabler, assignors.) 
Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Hefler, R., and 

Myers, assignors.) 
Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Larkin, W. B., 

and Norquist, asignors. ) 
Butler. Reuben, Detroit, Mich. Timber plate girder. 

2 .■^63.r.(IS : Nov. 28. 
Butler. William F.. Hillside, N. J., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Conveyer. 2,359,745 ; 
Oct. 10. 
Butler, William F., Hillside, N. J., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Oven. 2,365,678 ; 
Dec. 26. 
Butler, William F., assignor to Cutter Laboratories, 
Berkeley, Calif. Intravenous injection equinment and 
operating same. 2,362,537 ; Nov. 1^- 



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Butler, William L., Schenectady, and G. M. Hausler, 
Ballston Lake, N. Y., aBsignors to General Electric 
Company. Circuit controller. 2.341.901 : Feb. 15. 

Butt, Charles A., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to International 
Minerals & Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Processes of removing fluorine from superphosphate. 
2,360,197: Oct. 10. 

Buttermann, Garry Or., Louisville, Ky. Sanitary sales 
tube for dispensing ice-cream cones. 2,349,074 ; May 
16. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Cup or container. 2,338,900 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Box or container. 2,361,597 ; 
Oct.' 31. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Carton. 2,364,267 ; Dec. 5. 

ButtiUofer, John \V., Nevp Rochelle, N. Y. Hospital bed. 
2,349.701 ; May 23. 

Buttles, Lois I., administratrix. (See Buttles, William S., 
assignor.) 

Buttles, William S., deceased, by L. I. Buttles, Chicago, 
111., administratrix, assignor to L. I. Buttles, individ- 
ually. Mounting. 2,360,757 ; Oct. 17. 

Buttuer, Ainold, Flushing, N. Y., assignor of one-half to 
Trump Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. Switch 
control. 2,354,051 ; Aug. 1. 

BUttner, Hugo, Wuppertal-Vohwinkel, Germany ; vested 
In the Alien Property Custodian. Forming spring 
fillers for furniture and the like. 2,350,723 ; June 6. 

Biittner, Hugo, \\ uppertal-Vohwinkel, Germany ; vested 
in the Alien Property Custodian. Method and device 
for manufacturing spring-nets for mattresses, seat 
cushions, and the like. 2,351,923; June 20. 

Buttuer, Theodore \V., and J. G. Martin, Columbus, Ohio. 
Dehydrating and deacidifying hydrocarbon oils and 
transformer coolants. 2,342,723 ; Feb. 29. 

Butrncr, William C, Winnetka, 111. Two-stage regulator. 
2,.362,352 ; Nov. 7. 

Buttner, William C, Winnetka, assignor to The Bastian 
Blessing Co., Chicago, 111. Hydroelectrode control. 
2,356,117; Aug. 15. 

Button Corporation of America. (See Wood, Robert O., 
assignor.) 

Butts, Richard R., Miamisburg, Ohio, assignor of one-half 
to T. B. Zumstein, Fort Thomas, Ky., and one-half to 
G. F. Miller, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ventilating black-out 
window shade. 2,350,094 ; May 30. 

Butz, Lewis W. (See Nudenberg, W., and Butz.) 

Butzke, Netty, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sterilizing container for 
syringe and hypodermic needles. 2.346.725 ; Apr. 18. 

Butzler, Edward W., West View, Pa. Production of 
steam. 2,358,380 ; Sept. 19. 

Buxbaura, Bernard, Brooklyn, N. Y. Baseball game and 
the like. 2,355,905 ; Aug. 15. 

Buxbaum, Edwin C. (See Lulek, R. N., and Buxbaum.) 

Buxbaum, Edwin C., Media, Pa., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing 
compounds of the anthraquinone series. 2,346,726 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Buxbaum, Edwin C, Media, Pa., assignor to B. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Com- 
pounds of the anthraquinone series. 2,353,010 ; July 4. 

Buxbaum, Edwin C, Media, Pa., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Dyes of the 
anthraquinone series. 2,363,042 ; Nov. 21. 

Buxbaum, Edwin C, Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Dye- 
stuffs of the nnthraquinono sevies. 2.347.252 : Apr. 2.5. 

Buxbaum, Erich K., London, England. Apparatus for 
manufacturing open containers made of pliable sheet 
material. 2,350,874; June 6. 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Broughton, Douglas J., as- 
signor.) 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Buxton, Warner R., assignor.) 
Buxton, Incorporated. (See Harvey, Robert P., assignor.) 
Buxton, Incorporated. (See Hawes, George R., assignor.) 
Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 

Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Engine starter 

gearing. 2,339..599 ; Jan. 18. 
Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 

Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Engine 

starter gearing. 2,345,791 ; Apr. 4. 
Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 

Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Engine starter 

gearing. 2,359,968; Oct. 10. 
Buxton, Loran O. (See Briod, A. E., and Buxton.) 
Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 

Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Treating fatty 

oils. 2,345,097; Mar. 28. 
Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 

Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Saponifying vita- 
min-containing fatty material. 2.345,098; Mar. 28. 
Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 

Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Treating fish livers. 

2,345,099 ; Mar. 28. 
Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 

Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Stabilization of 

oxidizable substances. 2,345,576 ; Apr. 4. 
Buxton, Loran C, Belleville, assignor to National Oil 

Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Refining fatty 

materials. 2,345,577; Apr. 4. 



Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Stabilization of 
oxidizable organic materials. 2,345.578 ; Apr. 4. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Stabilization of 
motor fuels. 2,345,579 ; Apr. 4. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Stabilization of 
mineral oils. 2,345,580 ; Apr. 4. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Refining and 
stabilizing fat-soluble vitamin-bearing materials. 
2,345,960; Apr. 4. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Refining and 
stabilization of vitamin-containing materials. 
2,345,961 : Apr. 4. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Treating fat-sol- 
uble vitamin-containing oils. 2,347,460 ; Apr. 25. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil Prod- 
ucts Company, Harrison, N. J. Treatment of fat-sol- 
uble vitamin materials. 2,347,461 ; Apr. 25. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Refining and sta- 
bilizing fat-soluble vitamin-containing fatty materials. 
2,347,462; Apr. 25. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor to National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Refining fat-sol- 
uble vitamin-containing materials. 2,353,011 ; July 4. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, assignor ro National Oil 
Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Refining vitamin- 
containing materials. 2,360,039 ; Oct. 10. 

Buxton, Loran O., Belleville, and L. T. Rosenberg, Ridge- 
field Park, assignor to National Oil Products Company, 
Harrison, N. J. Refining vitamin oils. 2,344,124 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Buxton, Mabel A., executrix. (See Buxton, Warner R.) 

Buxton, Warner R., deceased, by M. A. Buxton, Long- 
meadow, executrix, assignor to Buxton, Incorporated 
Springfield, Mass. Closure for flexible pocket re- 
ceptacles. 2,347,078 ; Apr. 18. 

Buys, Glenn B. (See Johnson, C. A., and Buys.) 

Buzza, Henry M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. G. Hames, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Positioning 
index for turret machines. 2,352,165 ; June 27. 

Buzzell, Francis A., Chicago, III. Insulating bushing for 
electrical conduits and the like. 2,338,316 ; Jan. 4. 

Buzzell, Jonathan J. (See Lutes, H., and Buzzell.) 

Buzzell, Maurice E. (See Hatch, L. A., and Buzzell.) 

Byall, Russell D. (See Greenup, H. W., and Byall.) 

Byard Manufacturing Company Limited. (See Hunter, 
Albert E., assignor.) 

Byard Manufacturing Company, Limited. (See Harder, 
E. P., and Green, assignors.) 

Byall. Sam. (See Ventre, E. K., Ambler, Byall, and 
Henry.) 

Byers, A. M., Company. (See Story, Edward B., as- 
signor.) 

Byers, Arnett, East Chicago, Ind. Furnace jack. 
2,358,141 ; Sept. 12. 

Byers, Dwight B. (See Gerson, G., and Byers.) 

Byers, Joseph F., Aurora, Nebr. Stock watering device. 
2,358,303; Sept. 19. 

Byers Blachine Company. (See Ferguson, Berlin S., as- 
signor. ) 

Byers, Robert, Hancock, Md. Separating tool. 2,345,324 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Byers, William B., Kansas City, Mo. Insulating blanket. 

2,342,839 ; Feb. 29. 
Byers, William R., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Marker 

for seeding machines. 2.356,030 : Aug. 15. 
Byler, Raymond E. (See Mills, L. D., Crowe, and Byler.) 
Bylund, Eric. (See Jepson, I., and Bylund.) 
Bylund, Eric. (See Jepson, I., Koci, and Bylund.) 
Byrd, William, Jr., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Rich- 
mond Manufacturing Company, Lockport, N. T. Ma^ 
netic separator. 2,340,303 ; Feb. 1. 
Byrkit, Gordon D. (See Davis, L. L., Lincoln, and 

Byrkit.) 
Byrkit, Gordon D. (See Lincoln, B. H., and Byrkit.) 
Byrkit, Gordon D. (See Lincoln, B. H., Byrkit, and 

Steiner.) 
Byrne, John S., Oakland, Calif. Variable speed fluid 

drive transmission. 2,355,780 ; Aug. 15. 
Byrne, Paul F., West Caldwell, N. J., assignor to Fed- 
eral Telephone and Radio Corporation. Short wave 
amplifier. 2,359,618; Oct. 3. 
Byrne, Paul F., West CaldwelL N. J., assignor to Fed- 
eral Telephone and Radio Corporation. Short wave 
transmission line balancing system. 2,365,453 ; Dec. 
19. 
Byrnes, Clarence P. (See James, Joseph H., assignor.) 
Byrnes, Clarence P., trustee. (See James, Joseph H., as- 
signor.) 
Byrns, Alva C. (See Polly, O. L., and Byrns.) 
Byrns, Alva C, Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Pro- 
duction of ketones. 2,355,703 ; Aug. 15. 
Byron Jackson Co. (See Codner, Edwin F., assignor.) 
Byron Jackson Co. (See Lobanoff, Valenteen S., as- 
signor.) 
Byron Jackson Co. (See Lundeen, Chester A., assignor.) 



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Byron Jackson Co. (See MulUnix, G. E., and Hambly, 
assignors.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Nicolson, G. F., and Hertel, 
assignors.) 

Byron, Oscar, New Tork, and K. H. Jones, Hollis, as- 
signors to J. O. Ross Engineering Corporation, New 
Tork, N. X. Drier. 2,350,672 ; June 6. 

Byron, Paul E., Longview, Tex. Plug. 2,360,395 ; Oct. 
17. 

C. B. Equipment Co. (See Harbers, Henry C, assignor.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, Frank 
B., assignor.) 

Cabell, Robert G., Ill, Richmond, Va. Corn cutter. 
2,341,206 ; Feb. 8. 

Cabeza, Victor A., Rio Grande, Argentina. Safety cover 
for shearing machine. 2,346,536; Apr. 11. 

Cabot, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Reducing visibility. 
2,359,746 ; Oct. 10. 

Caccia, Pio, Chicago, 111. Restrainer composition for de- 
velopment of photographs. 2,353,544; July 11. 

Cadbury, George N., assignor to E. M. B. Company Lim- 
ited, West Bromwich, England. Compressed air in- 
tensifier. 2,340,929 ; Feb. 8. 

Cade, John W., La Canada, Calif., assignor to Sturgess, 
Inc., Glendale, Calif. Cable tension regulator. 

2.363.228 ; Nov. 21. 

Cade, John W., La Canada, Calif., assignor to Sturgess, 
Inc., Glendale, Calif. Cable tension regulator. 

2.363.229 ; Nov. 21. 

Cadet Smoke Stands Company. (See Fletcher, Maurice 
J nssiTiOT' ) 

Cadman, Addi B., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Warner Elec- 
tric Brake Manufacturing Company, South Beloit, 111. 
Electromagnetic friction device. 2,351,598 ; June 20. 

Cadous, Esther, New York, N. Y. Eye pad holder and 
sleeping shield. 2.340,840 ; Feb. 29. 

Cadwallader, Clyde T., assignor to Dorothy Cadwallader. 
Kenmore, N. Y. Loose leaf binder. 2,364,890 ; Dec. 12. 

Cadwallader, Dorothy. (See Cadwallader, Clyde T., as- 
signor.) 

Cadwell, Charles A., assignor to The Electric Railway 
Improvement Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Welding. 
2.355,627 ; Aug. 15. 

Cadwell, Charles A., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Electric Railway Improvement Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Rail bonding apparatus. 2,360,758 ; Oct. 17. 

Cady, Charles A. (See Reinhardt, A. E., Boissevain, 
Shapiro, and Cady.) 

Cady, George H., Wadsworth, Ohio, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Alleghany County, Pa. Prepa- 
ration of hypochlorites. 2,356,820 : Aug. 29. 

Caesar, George V.. Staten Island, assignor to Stein, Hall 
and Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Starch esterifi- 
cation. 2,365,173 ; Dec. 19. 

Caffrey. Charles S.. Port Washington, N. Y., assignor to 
Wood Newspaper Machinery Corporation, Plainfield, 
N. J. Web roll controlling mechanism. 2,346,903 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Caffrey, Charles S., Port Washington, N. Y., assignor to 
Wood Newspaper Machinerv Corporation, Plainfield, N. 
J. Tension mechanism. 2,366,143 : Dec. 26. 

Cagney-Storer, Jnc. (See Cagney, Warren O., assignor.) 

C'agney, Warren O., Garden City, assignor to Cagney- 
Storer, Inc., New York, N. Y. Making shoes soles. 
2,364,691 ; Dec. 12. 

Cahen, Herman S., University Heights, Ohio. Bowling 
' ball. 2.347,881 : May 2. 

Cahill, Arthur T., Weehawken, N. J. Typewriting ma- 
chine, typesetting machine, and other keyboard instru- 
ments. 2,354,196; July 25. 

Cahn, Frank J., assignor to The Emulsol Corporation. 
Chicago, 111. Concentration of manganese ores. 
2,358,055 ; Sept. 12. 

Cahn, Frank J., assignor to The Emulsol Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Flotation of ores. 2,362,432 ; Nov. 7. 

Cahoon, Edward P. (See Lauder, W. A., and Gaboon.) 

Cain, Basil S., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Restraint device. 2,357,080 ; Aug. 29. 

Cain, Basil S., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Restraint and equalizing device. 2,357,081 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Cain, Chester M., Amarlllo, Tex. Cleaning equipment. 
2.340,365; Feb. 1. 

Cairns, Robert W., Wilmington, Del., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company. Explosive composition. 
2,338,164; Jan. 4. 

Cairns, Robert W., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Blasting explosive. 2,355,269 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Cairns, William F., North Haven, Conn., assignor to 
United States Rubber Company, New York, N. X. Shoe. 
2,340,578 ; Feb. 1. 

Calandra, Anthony A., trustee, et al. (See Cardini, G., as- 
signor, and Davis.) 

Calavo Growers of California. (See Adams, Loyd, as- 
signor.) 

Calder, Caesar A. (See Shaw, Louis E., assignor.) 

Calder, William G., Los Angeles, Calif. Pipe joint and 
seal-dam therefor. 2,360,314; Oct. 17. 

Caldwell, Chester W., West Lafayette, and A. K. Branham, 
Lafayette, Ind. Recording apparatus. 2,353,633 ; July 
18. 

Caldwell, Harry F. (See Tuthlll, H. B., and Caldwell.) 



Caldwell, Harry J., assignor to Barnes Drill Co., Rock- 
ford, 111. Machine tool. 2,345,581 ; Apr. 4. 

Caldwell, Harry J., and E. Y. Seborg, assignors to Barnes 
Drill Co., Rockford, 111. Honing machine. 2,343,275 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Caldwell, John A., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Measuring instrument. 
2.361,174 ; Oct. 24. 

Caldwell, Leslie M., Rockford, 111. Equalizing sling. 
2,356,146; Aug. 22. 

Caldwell, Leslie M., Rockford, 111. Self-equalizing sling. 
2,356,147 ; Aug. 22. 

Caldwell, Lyle. (See Seaton, Max Y., assignor.) 

Caldwell, Walter A., West Kilbride, and A. G. White, 
Saltcoats, Scotland, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Manufacture of nondclonating 
fuses for blasting and similar purposes. 2,303,509 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Kelly rod and drive 
bushing therefor. 2,338.093 ; Jan. 4. 

Caley, William T., assignor to Kalamazoo Stove & Fur- 
nace Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Combination oil and 
gas range. 2,353,689 ; July 18. 

Caley, William T., assignor to Kalamazoo Stove & Fur- 
nace Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Oil burner for stoves 
and the like. 2.358,381 ; Sept. 19. 

Calhoon, Aimer O., Stoutsville, Mo. Poultry feeder. 
2.361,598 ; Oct. 31. 

Calhoun, Gordon M. (See BrUn, W., and Calhoun.) 

Calhoun, Gordon M. (See Burdett, P. H., and Calhoun.) 

Calhoun, Gordon M. Fairfield, Conn., and P. B. Uuthet^ 
-ford, Herkimer, N. Y., assignors to Remington Armei 
Company. Inc. Ammunition. 2,341,310 ; Feb. 8. 

Calhoun, John J., assignor to Edward G. lUuId Manu- 
facturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ammunition 
charger. 2,354,499 ; July 25. 

Calhoun, Vernon, Cliicago, 111. Catamenial device luul 
making same. 2,355,628 ; Aug. 15. 

Calia, Victor N., Brooklyn, N. Y. Making pies. 2,363,395 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Calico Printers' Association Limited, The. (See Ilea I on, 
J. S., and Howis, assignors.) 

California Cotton Mill Company. (See Olsen, Burton A., 
assignor.) 

California Flaxseed Products Company. (See Lasher, 
Edward A., assignor.) . 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Bryant, Ii^dwin 
F., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Iligby, Ralph 
H., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See McCnicken, 
John H., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Piatt, Williiini 
C, assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Rohrbaugh, 
Percy W., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Wilson, Clar- 
p-nce W., assignor.) 

California Institute Research Foundation. (See English, 
J., Jr.. Bonner, and Mnagen-Smit, assignors.) 

California Institute Research Foundation. (See Stever, 
Horton G., assignor.) 

California Institute Research Foundation. (See Stone, 
Newton C, assignor.) 

California Packing Corporation. (See Carter, 'William 
G., assignor.) 

California Trust Company, executor. (See Pratley, 
Henry H.) 

Calkins, Austin E. (See Beerbower, A., and Calliins.) 

Calkins, Claude C, Spokane, Wash. Rotary rod weeder. 
2,355,950; Aug. 15. 

Calkins, William G., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Projectile driving 
band. 2.360.473; Oct. 17. 

Callahan, John L., Malverne, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phasing device for synchro- 
nous telegraph systems. 2,352,688 ; July 4. 

Callahan, John T., West Newton, and J. A. Gilbertson, 
Milford, assignors to Archer Rubber Company, Milford, 
Mass. Outer garment. 2,361,380 ; Oct. 31. 

Callahan, John T., West Newton, and J. A. Gilbertson, 
assignors to Archer Rubber Company, Milford, Mass. 
Reversible outer garment. 2,361,381 ; Oct. 31. 

Callahan, Thomas P. (See Thompson, W. F., and Calla- 
han.) 

Callan, William D., Norwood, Ohio. Conduit. 2,338,801 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Callander, Marshall E., Columbia, Mo. Nozzle for the 
manufacture of mineral wool. 2,344,125 ; Mar. 14. 

Callaway, Claude, Louisville, Ky. Furnace or boiler 
arch. 2,359,619 ; Oct. 3. 

Callaway, Edward C, and R. G. Roseustiol, Corvallis, 
Oreg. Composition toxic to lower forms of life. 
2,353,442; July 11. 

Callaway Mills. (See Ott, Thomas O.. Jr.) 

Callender's Cable & Construction Company. (See How- 
son, A. v., and Reed, assignors.) 

Callender's Cable & Construction Company. (See Peel, 
F., and Vincent, assignors.) 

Callenders Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Vincent, Russell S., assignor.) 



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Calleo, Joseph, Endicott, N. Y., assignor to Puritan Manu- 
facturing Company, Boston, Mass. Ribbed insole and 
making tlip same. 2.348,327 : May 9. 

Calleson. Amos and E. A., ^^errick, N. Y., assignors to 
Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 
Metal container. 2,338,094 ; Jan. 4. 

Calleson, Amos and E. A., Merrick, N. Y., assignors to 
Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 
Container and making same. 2,339,763 ; Jan. 25. 

Calleson, Amos and K. A., Merrick, N. Y., assignors to 
Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 
Method of and apparatus for delivering sheet material 
to presses or the like. 2,345,6.56 ; Apr. 4. 

Calleson, Amos and E. A., Merrick, N. Y., assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Crown Can Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Valved container. 2,352.251 ; June 27. 

Calleson, Edgar A. (See Calleson, Amos and B. A.) 

Callow, Olaf C. (See Fox, G.. Callow, and Bigelow.) 

Callsen, Albert, Stuttgart, Germany ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Starting device for internal com- 
bustion engines. 2,338.403 ; Jan. 4. 

Callsen, Albert, Stuttgart-Botnang, and A. Weiss, Mar- 
bach A. N., Germany ; vested in the Alien Property 
Custodian. Starter device for internal-combustion 
engines. 2,356.503 ; Aug. 22. 

Galium, George H., assignor to Mishawaka Rubber and 
Woolen Manufacturing Company, Mishawaka, ' Ind. 
Embossing method and means. 2,339,145 ; Jan. 11. 

Calorider Corporation, The. (See Downs, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Calow, Gretchen and O., Albany, N. Y. Indicator microm- 
eter. 2,344,595 ; Mar. 21. 

Calow, Otto. (See Calow, Gretchen and O.) 

Calpat Corporation, The. (See Bodine, Albert G., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Company. (See 
Hill, Walter P., assignor.) 

Calva, Jose B., St. Paul, Minn. Insecticides. 2,362,614 : 
Nov. 14. 

Calva, Jose B., assignor of one-third to G. W. Beny, St. 
Paul, Minn. Treating filamentous materials. 2,348,602 : 
May 9. 

Calvin, Forrest O., Kansas City, Mo., W. G. Wilson, 
Merriam, Kans., and T. R. Smith, Newton, Iowa, as- 
signors to Movie-Mite Corporation, Kansas City, Mo. 
Sound projection optical system. 2,364.868 ; Dec. 5. 

Cambosco Scientific Company. (See Brown, Myrl L 
assignor.) "' 

Cambridge, Robert N., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Brush-holder bracket. 2.340,039 ; Jan. 25. 

Cambridge Rubber Company. (See Bingham, George H., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Camburn, Elwyn A., assignor to Ronan & Kunzl, Mar- 
shall, Mich. Self-locking turubuckle. 2,352,585; June 

Camden Trust Company, et al., trustees. (See Bate- 
man, Frederic H., assignor.) 

Camelford, James A., Chagrin Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
Alox Corporation, New York, N. Y. Separatory process. 
2,348,191 ; May 9. 

Camera Supply Company. (See Kaprelian, Edward K., 
assignor.) 

Cameron, Alvin F. (See Wahnish, G., and Cameron.) 
Cameron, Angus E., Racine, Wis., assignor to B. D. Elsen- 
rl^i^ Tanning Co., Chicago, 111. Hydrogen Ion meter. 

2.340.641 ; Feb. 1. 

Cameron, Angus E., Racine, Wis., assignor to B. D. Elsen- 
drath Tanning Co., Chicago, 111. Electrode assembly. 

2.340.642 ; Feb. 1. 

Cameron, Donald G. (See Sprenger, G. W., and Cam- 
eron. ) 

Cameron Iron Works. (Sep Allen. Herbert, assignor ) 

Cameron Iron Works. (See Bean, R. N., Abercrombie, 
and Allen.) 

Camel nil, .j.iseph A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Roller- 
bearing differential wheel. 2,360,329; Oct. 17. 

Cameron. Mortimer B., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghonse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Auto- 
matic car coupler. 2,339.374 ; Jan. 18. 

Cameron, Mortimer B., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Car 
coupler and train wire control system. 2,358,625 ; Sept, 
19. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. Hy- 
drnnlio nrr.'ss system. 2.351,317 ; June 13. 

Camilll, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Insulated conducting member and 
applying the insulation. 2,350,724 ; June 6. 

Canuili, ouglieliiio, i'ittstield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric induction apparatus. 
2,352,166 ; June 27. 

Camilll, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Insulated coil. 2,354,500 ; July 25. 

Camilll, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Insulated coil. 2,359,544 ; Oct. 3. 

Camin, Etienne L. A., Wilmington, Del., assignor to L. 
Rosen, New York, N. Y. Casting. 2,361,382 ; Oct. 31. 

Caminez, Harold, Williamsport, Pa., assignor to Air- 
craft Screw Products Company, Inc., Long Island City, 
N. Y. Coiling inserts. 2,360,047 ; Oct. 10. 



Camp, Elza Q., Goose Creek, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Protection of relief valves. 
2.346,727 ; Apr. 18. 

Camp, John M., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Develooment Company. Retractable core head. 
2,345. ()99 ; Apr. 4. 

Camp, Thomas P., Arlington Heights, assignor to United 
States Gyp.'ium Company, Chicago, 111. Plasterboard 
nail. 2,353,110; July 4. 

Camp. William M., Glen Ridge, assignor to The Clark 
Thread Company, Newark, N. J. Coating glass thread. 
2,344,494 , Mar. 21. 

Campbell, Allan M., Detroit, Mich. Cylinder construction. 
2,302,241 ; Nov. 7. 

Campbell, Alvin A., Hackettstown, N. J. Adjustable 
processing punch. 2,338,095 ; Jan. 4. 

Campbell, Alvin A., Hackettstown, N. J. Measuring de- 
vice. 2,354,197 ; July 25. 

Campbell, Alvin A., Hackettstown, N. J. Transfer mech- 
anism. 2,358,315 ; Sept. 19. 

Campbell, Charles H., Hartsville, S. C, assignor to 
Sonoco Products Company. tJnderclearer roll. 
2,339,977 ; Jan. 25. 

Campbell, Charles H., Kent, Ohio. Milling rubber. 
2.3.59,354 ; Oct. 3. 

Campbell, Charles T. (See Campbell, James A., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell, Clarence W., and J. A. Vanes, Terre Haute, 
Ind. Drag line shovel tooth. 2,360.315 : Oct. 17. 

Campbell, Dana A. (See Ginn, E., Casselman, and 
Campbell.) 

Campbell, Donald J. Spring Lake, Mich. Drying cores 
and molds. 2,351,482 ; June 13. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake, Mich. Method and 
apparatus for removing sulphur and phosphorus from 
molten metals. 2,355,362 ; Aug. 8. 

Campbell, Donald L. (See Murphree, E. V,, Tyson, Camp- 
bell, and Jlartin.) 

Campbell, Donald L., Roselle Park, an'd G. B. Cook, 
Summit, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Reaction chamber. 2,340,930 ; Feb. 8. 

Campbell, p]rwin A. (See Woolslayer, H. J., Campbell, 
and Jenkins.) 

Campbell, Frank P., Cheverly, Md. Typing machine for 
preparing matter for printing. 2,338,489; Jan. 4. 

Campbell, George D. (See Halbach, H. L., Campbell, 
and Koupal.) 

Campbell, George H., assignor to Solar Laboratories, 
Beaver, Pa. Process and apparatus for decorating ar- 
ticles of manufacture. 2,340,643 ; Feb. 1. 

Campbell, George H., assignor to Solar Laboratories, 
Beaver, Pa. Apparatus for decorating. 2,359,825 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Campbell, George V. (See Kaufiiman, T., Jr., and Camp- 
bell. ) 

Campbell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn, assignor to Autogiro 
Company of America, Willow Grove, Pa. Aircraft of 
the type equipped with sustaining rotors. 2,339,830 ; 
Jan. £5. 

Campbell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn, assignor to Autogiro 
Company of America, Willow Grove, Pa. Aircraft 
equipped with sustaining rotors. 2.344,966 ; Mar. 28. 

Campbell, Horatio G., and G. D. Skinner, London, Eng- 
land. Combined lighting and air conditioning system, 
2,359,021 ; Sept. 26. 

Campbell, James A., Oakland, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Drain valve mechanism. 2,345,379 ; Mar. 28. 

Campbell, James A., assignor of one-half to C. T. Camp- 
bell, Adrian, Mich. Stool. 2,364,191 ; Dec. 5. 

Campbell, James K., Ontario, Calif., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Heating device. 2,349,612 ; May 
23. 

Campbell, John, and K. A. Taylor, Glens Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to International Paper Company. Apparatus 
for coating. 2,344,232 ; Mar. 14. 

Campbell, John B., Glace Bav, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Electrical connector. 2,338,281 ; Jan. 4. 

Campbell, John G.. Houston, assignor to R. H. Fash, 
trustee. Fort Worth, Tex. Detecting the penetration 
of an oil-bearing horizon. 2.361.261: Oct. 24. 

Campbell, John H., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Circuit for electric dis- 
charge devices. 2,359.545 ; Oct. 3. 

Campbell, Joseph W., Paterson, N. J. Mold for spliced 
cable joints. 2,357,998 ; Sept. 12. 

Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, Calif. Pulsation damp- 
ener. 2.339.457 ; Jan. 18. 

Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, Calif. Boiler feed water 
control. 2,355,270 ; Aug. 8. 

Campbell, Leon W., Hendersonville, N. C. Drawing roll 
for spinning frames. 2.352.167 ; June 27. 

Campbell, Mark E., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Amplifier circuit. 2,356,446 ; Aug. 22. 

Campbell, Oliver F., Whiting, Ind., assignor to Sinclair 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Fuel burner. 
2,363,942 ; Nov. 28. 

Campbell, Richard H., assignor to Webster Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Communication system. 2,339,678 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Campbell, Richard H., assignor to Webster Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Communication system. 2,347,079 ; 
Apr. 18. 



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Campbell, Richard 11., assignor to Webster Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Communication system. 2,347,080 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Campbell, Richard L. (See Rutherford, R. E., and 
Campbell.) 

Campbell, Richard L., Maywood, assignor to Allen B. Du 
Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Electronic 
view finder. 2,347,933 ; May 2. 

Campbell, Rodney B'., North Hollywood, assignor to J. 
Eley, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Selector valve with auto- 
matic return. 2,342,450 ; Feb. 22. 

Campbell, Rodney B., North Hollywood, assignor to J. 
Eley, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Sequence valve. 
2,343,405 ; Mar. 7. 

Campbell, Rodney B., North Hollywood, assignor to John 
Eley, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Four-way selector valve. 
2,363.481 : Nov. 28. 

Campbell, Rouel R., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corpor.ation, Flemington, N. J. Machine 
for inking edges of shoe parts. 2,349,245 ; May 23. 

Campbell, Rouel R., Lynn, RIass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine for 
ornamenting shoe uppers. 2,351,660 ; June 20. 

Canipbell-T;igg;irt Research Corporation. (See Claus, Wil- 
bur S.. nssigTior.) 

Campbell-Taggart Research Corporation. (See Comaschi, 
Louis J., assignor.) 

Campbell, Taliuuge D., Ocala, Fla. Paper clip board, 
2,340,931; Feb. 8. 

Campbell, Thomas A. (See Beretish, W. H., and Camp- 
bell.) 

Campbell, Thomas A., assignor to Stewart-Warner Cor- 
poration, Chicago, HI. Coupler. 2,362,880 ; Nov. 14. 

Campbell, William E., Jr., Taft, assignor to Standard Oil 
Company of California, San Francisco, Calif. Non- 
aqueous drilling fluid. 2,363,499 ; Nov. 28. 

Campbell, William P., Newark, assignor to Hercules Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Dehydroabietlc acid 
derivatives. 2,3.59,826 ; Oct. 10. 

Campbell, Willard S., Hampshire, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Cover and can handling device. 2,351,806 ; June 
20. 

Campion, James F., Freeport, N. Y. Roll-up door. 
2,349,702; May 23. 

Campo Shoe Machinery Corporation. (See Crandell, 
Ervin L., assignor.) 

Camras, Marvin, and W. Korzon, assignors to Armour 
Research Foundation, Chicago, 111. Recording and re- 
producing of vibrations. 2,351,003 ; June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, III. Magnetic recording. 2,351,004 ; 
June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Magnetic recorder. 2,351,005 ; 
June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Magnetic recording head. 2,351,006 : 
June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Magnetic recording head. 2,351,007 ; 
June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion. Chicago, 111. Neutralizing Inductive disturbances 
in magnetic reproducers. 2,351.008 ; June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Combination oscillator coll and 
erasing head for magnetic recorders. 2,351,009 ; June 
13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Controlling high frequency voltage 
In magnetic recorder heads. 2,351,010 ; June 13. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Energizing magnetic recorder heads. 
2,351,011 ; June 13. 

Canadian Car & Foundry Company Limited. (See Bot- 
trill. David H.. assignor.) 

Canadian International Paper Company. (See Daley, 
Stewart N., assignor.) 

Canal National Bank of Portland, The. (See Randall, 
Walter H., assignor.) ^ 

Canal National Bank of Portland, The, trustee. (See 
Sawyer. Edward E., assignor.) 

Candee, Allan H., assignor to Gleason Works, Rochester, 
N. Y. Method of and apparatus for cutting gears. 
2,361,599 ; Oct. 31. 

Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Multiple-unit train. 2,342,724 ; Feb. 29. 

Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio, Timing apparatus. 
2,361,262 ; Oct. 24. 

Canetta, John, Wllkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa, Sanding 
control means. 2,352,252 ; June 27. 

Canetta, John, Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Drain 
valve apparatus. 2,361,084 ; Oct. 24. 

Cann, Harry E., West Chester, Pa. Cabinet for housing 
auxiliary electrical equipment. 2,34f),7yi; ; Apr. 4. 

Cann, Ralph W., Cheyenne, Wyo. Strainer. 2,357,500 ; 
Sept. 5. 



Canney, Duncan E. F., Bentham, assignor to The Sillick 
Holding Company, Limited, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
Northumberland, England. Slanul'acture of hose pipes. 
2,353,387; July 11. 

Canney, Duncan E. F., and M. Balkin, Bentham, Lan- 
caster, assignors to The Sillick Holding Company Lim- 
ited, Neweastle-upon-Tvne, England. Apparatus for 
coating textile hose. 2,362,881 ; Nov. 14. 

Canning, William P., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Lens holder. 2,352,616 ; 
July 4. 

Canning, William P., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Otoscope. 2,361,744 ; Oct. 
31. 

Cannon, Earl, Rockvllle Centre, assignor to E. W. Bliss 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for controlling 
the slide movement in long-bed hydraulic presses. 
2,35.*',,388 ; July 11. 

Cannon, Earl. Rockvllle Center, assignor to E. W. Bliss 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for controlling 
the slide movement In long-bed hydraulic presses. 
2,353,389 ; July 11. 

Cannon, George E. (See Blau, L. W., and Cannon.) 

Cannon, George E. (See Moore, T. V., and Cannon.) 

Cannon, Ralph S., Jr., Falls Church, Va.. and K. J. Mu- 
rata, Washington, D. C. Estimating molybdenum con- 
tent of scheelite or calcium tungstate by visual color 
of its fluorescence. 2,346,661 ; Apr. 18. 

Cannon, William D., Metuclien, and L. B. Wheeler, Chat- 
ham, N. J., assignors to The Western Union Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. Electronic telegraph re- 
peater. 2.341.902 ; Feb. 15. 

Cantello, Dominic and G., Streator, 111. Safety fuel 
tank. 2 365,624 ; Dec. 19. 

Cantello, Gaetano. (See Cantello, Dominic and G.) 

Canter, Morris, New York, N. Y. Hand compression tool 
for dies and cutters. 2,343,953 ; Mar. 14. 

Cantley, Joseph C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Fin- 
ishing tool. 2,353,646 ; July 18. 

Cantley, Joseph C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Clutch. 
2,357,874 ; Sept. 12. 

Cantor, Abraham, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for the 
growth of micro-organisms. 2.361.992: Nov. 7. 

Cantor, Abraham, and H. A. Shelanski, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Receptacle closure. 2,364,126 ; Dec. 5. 

Cantor, Sidney M., Riverside, and K. C. Hobbs, Berwyn, 
111., assignors to Corn Products Refining Company, New 
York, N. Y. Conversion of dextrose to levulose. 
2,354,664; Aug. 1. 

Cantrell, Marvin L. (See Boyce, W. S.. and Cantrell.) 

Cantrell, Marvin L., and F. S. Shray, Pueblo, assignors 
to The Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, Denver 
Colo. Rail fastening. 2,357,629 ; Sept. 5. 

Cantrell, Marvin L., and O. A. Hed, Pueblo, assignors to 
The Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, Denver, Colo. 
Rail fastening. 2,357,808 ; Sept. 12. 

Cantrell, Troy L. (See Smith, H. G., and Cantrell.) 

Cantrell, Troy L. (See Smith, H. G., Cantrell, and 
Peters. ) 

Cantwell, John D., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Trane 
Company, La Crosse, Wis. Heat exchange unit. 
2,362,955 ; Nov. 14. 

Cape, Arthur T., Santa Cruz, Calif., and C. V. Foerster, as- 
signors to Coast Metals, Inc., Canton, Ohio. Ferrous 
alloy. 2,343,643 ; Mar. 7. 

Cape, Arthur T., Santa Cruz, Calif., assignor to Coast 
Jletals, Inc., Canton, Ohio. Ferrous alloy. 2,355,271 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Capehart, Homer E. (See Lannerd, Paul U., assignor.) 

Capewell Manufacturing Company, The. (See Morgan, 
Porter S., assignor.) 

Caplan, Solomon, New York, N. Y., assignor to Harvel 
Research Corporation. Polymerizing fraction of gas- 
houso oil drip containing indene and coumarone. 

2.338.229 ; Jan. 4. 

Caplan, Solomon, New York, N. Y., and W. F. Schaufel- 
berger, Irvington, N. J., assignors to The Harvel Cor- 
poration. Composition of styrene and a polymer, 

2.338.230 ; Jan. 4. 

Caplan, Solomon, New York, N. Y., and W. F. Schaufel- 
berger, Irvington, N. J., assignors to The Harvel 
Coi'poration. Aldehyde reaction product of styrene and 
a polymer. 2,338,231 ; Jan. 4. 

Caplan, Solomon, New York, N. Y., and M. T. Harvey, 
South Orange, N. J., assignors to Harvel Research Cor- 
poration. Furfuraldehvde-ketone-formaldehyde reaction 
product and making same. 2,363,829 : Nov. 28. 

Caplan, Solomon, New York, N. Y., assignor to Harvel 
Research Corporation. Compositions of rubber and 
gelled solution of shellac in a glycol. 2,362,538 -Nov. 14. 

Caplln, Frank, Bournemouth, and C. E. Payne, Mltcham, 
England, assignors to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Band-spread tuning circuit for radio 
receivers. 2,354,104 : July 18. 

Capolupo, "Vincent, Boston, Mass. Cutting device. 
2,356,378 ; Aug. 22. 

Capon, Victor, Los Angeles, Calif. Measuring instru- 
ment. 2,364,127 ; Dec. 5. 

Capra, Benedetto G., Sacramento, Calif. Wire tightening 
tool. 2,362,112 ; Nov. 7. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Caprio, Amerigo F., Madison, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Celanese Corporation of America. Imi- 
tation motlier-of-pearl. 2,303,570 ; Nov. 28. 

Caps, ArtUur W. (See Lanclrocls, P., and Caps.) 

Caps, Arthur W., and P. JLandrocli, Koctiester, N. Y., as- 
signors to Pliotostat Corporation, Providence, R. I. 
Pliotograpliic print treating apparatus. 2,349,337 ; 
May 23. 

Capstaff, Jolin G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Koctiester, N. Y. Kilm processing macliine. 2,353,219 ; 
July 11. 

Caracciolo, Genarro. (See Caracciolo, Joseph P., F., 
and G.) 

Caracciolo, Joseph P., F., and G. ; said J. P. Caracciolo, 
assignor to L. C. Caracciolo, Trenton, N. J. Photo- 
graphic apparatus. 2,351,399 ; June 13. 

Caracciolo, l^ucy C. (See (Caracciolo, Joseph P., as- 
signor), and h\ and G.) 

Caracristi, Virginius Z. (See Kreisinger, H., and Cara- 
cristi.) 

Carbaugh, Archie L., Aitch, Pa. Grain storage bin. 
2,342,528 ; Feb. 22. 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Bayes, 
Alfred L., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Bene- 
dict, Donald B., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Boese, 
Albert B., Jr., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Carruthers, T. F., and Kiefer, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Cliemicals Corporation. (See Chit- 
wood, Henry C, assignor.) 

Carbide and (Jarbon Chemicals Corporation. (See (Hap- 
sadle, L. J., and Graham, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Coe, 
John M., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Doug- 
las, Stuart D., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Downes, Alfred W., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Downes, A. W., and Kernan, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Feild, 
Theophilus A., Jr., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Ferrer, J. P., and Douglas, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Harsh- 
berger, Norman P., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Kratz, 
Edouard M., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemical Corporation. (See Mac- 
Do well, L. G., and McNamee, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See McNa- 
mee, R. VV., and Dunn, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Mer- 
rill, L. K., and \Vheeler. assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Mur- 
ray, I. L., and Edmonds, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Plewes, 
Argyle C, assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Powell, 
G. M., and McKnight, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Ruge- 
ley, Edward W., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Ruge- 
ley, E. W., and Feild, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Ruge- 
ley, B. W., Feild, and Conlon, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Bugeley, 
E. W., and Quattlebaum, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Schuh, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See 
Strother, C. O., and Patton, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Tous- 
saint, W. J., and MacDowell, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Wilson, 
Alexander L., assignor.) 

Carboloy Company. (See Perry, George A., assignor.) 

Carholoy Company. (See Taylor, George F., assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Argy, R. T., and Foss, 
assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Baumann, H. N., 
Jr., and Benner, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Soley, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Upper, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Geiger, C. F., Clapp, 
and Kempf, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Houchins, Henry R., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Hutchins, Otis, as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Martin, Harry C, 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Martin, H. C, and 
Aust, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Mays, James C, as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See McMullen, John C, 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Melton, R. L., and 
Ball, assignors.) 



Carborundum Company, The. (See Melton, R. h., and 
Benner, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Melton, R. L., Kirch- 
ner, and Benner, assignors.) 

Carborndum Company, The. (See Robie, Norman P., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Smith, Robert L., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See' Swentzel, John P., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Van Nimwegen, Gar- 
ret, assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Wooddell, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Car Cruiser Caravans Limited. (See Fleming-Williams, 
Clifford K., assignor.) 

Cardarelli, Victor A., Sr., Boston, Mass. Joint for metal 
sheets. 2,360,107 ; Oct. 10. 

Cardell, James, Auburndale, assignor to Raytheon Pro- 
duction Corporation, Newton, Mass. Insulating coating 
for electrical space discharge tube elements. 2,338,701 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Garden, Elizabeth M., Beauport East, Quebec, Canada. 
Diaper. 2,366,002 ; Dec. 26. 

Cardinal, Oliver V., assignor to Evans Products Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Universal joint and rodding and 
making. 2,355,781 ; Aug. 15. 

Cardiui, George, New York, N. Y., and W. H. Davis, 
Nashua, N. H. ; said Davis assignor to C. L. Fish, 
Pepperell, Mass., trustee, and said Cardini assignor of 
sixty-sis and two-tnirds per cent of his share to A. A. 
Calandra, Newark, N. J., trustee. Hand grenade. 
2,365,246 ; Dec. 19. 

Cardox Corporation. (See Myers, Leonard D., assignor.) 

Caldwell, Harlaud W., assignor to Cardwell Manufac- 
turing Company, Inc., Wichita, Kans. . Power take-oflt". 
2,355,272 ; Aug. 8. 

Cardwell, James R. (See Sproul, Donald F., assignor.) 

Cardwell Manufacturing Company. (See Brown, G. G., 
and Haupt, assignors.) 

Caldwell iUauutaciuriug Company. (See Cardwell, Har- 
Jand \V., assignor.) 

Cardwell, William T., Jr., Whittier, Calif., assignor to 
Standard Oil Company of California, San Francisco, 
Calif. Suspendometer. 2,348,520 ; IMay 9. 

Cardwell, William T., Jr., Whittier, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company of California, San Francisco, Calif. 
Measuring liquid density. 2,360,546 ; Oct. 17. 

Carew, Herman, Easton, Pa., assignor to Dixie Cup Com- 
pany. Container and closure cap therefor. 2,351,318 ; 
June 13. 

Carew, Herman, Easton, Pa., assignor to Dixie Cup 
Company. Container making machine. 2,352,369 ; 
June 27. 

Carey, Claude H., assignor to Atlas Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Explosive composition. 2,345,582 ; 

Carey McFall Company. (See Stuber, Walter J., as- 
signor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Ander- 
son, Frank W., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Greider, H. W., and MacArthur, assignors.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Greider, H. W., and Young, assignors.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
MacArthur, R. A., and Greider, assignors.) 

Carey, Phillip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Marc, 
Henri JI.. assignor.) 

Cargile, NeU H., Nashville, Tenn. Coal-gas stove or 
heater. 2,350,546; June 6. 

CargiU, George K., Medford, Mass. Convertible sprayer. 
2,344,233 ; Mar. 14. 

Cargille, Ralph P., Kearny, N. J. Spot-test plate. 
2,363,773 : Nov. 28. 

Carico, Harry B. (See Bouhuys, A. G., and Carico.) 

Carington, Charles M., and G. W. Shoobert, London, Eng- 
land. Sparking plug. 2,342,360 ; Feb. 22. 

Caris, Darl F., Dearborn, and A. D. McDufRe, Berkeley, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Engine blower control. 2,356,379 ; Aug. 22. 

Carithers, James H., Bentonville, Ark. Multiple clip 
magazine for rifles. 2,345,031 : Mar. 28. 

Cariss, Carington C, assignor to Waterous Limited, Brant- 
ford, Ontario, Canada. Boiler construction. 2,358,620 ; 
. Sept. 19. 

Carl, John W., assignor to Iron Fireman Manufacturing 
Company, Portland, Oreg. Apparatus for burning cok- 
ing coal. 2,364,269 ; Dec. 5. 

Carleton, Henry, Rockville, Md. Control circuit. 2,359,747 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Carley Heater Company. (See Buckley, Milford A., as- 
signor.) 

Carlile & Doughty, Incorporated. (See Doughty, Leon A., 
assignor.) 

Carlin, Alexander. (See Lind, A. C, and Carlin.) 

Carlin, Alexander, assignor to National Automotive 
Fibres, Incorporated, Detroit, Mich. Hand tool. 
2,358,142 ; Sept. 12. 

Carlin, Clarence J., Shaker Heights, Ohio. License plate 
mounting for autos, etc. 2,349,703 ; May 23. 

Carlin Comforts, Inc. (See May, Walter H., assignor.) 

Carlile & Doughty, Incorporated. (See Doughty, Leon 
A., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Carlin, James C, Norristown, assignor to Lee Rubber & 
Tire Corporation, Conshohocken, Pa. Bias-cut fabric 
assembly for tire manufacture. 2,340,040 ; Jan. 2.5. 

Carlin, James C, Norristown, assignor to Lee Rubber & 
Tire Corporation, Consliohocken, Pa. Feeding mecha- 
nism for tire building. 2,343,054 ; Mar. 14. 
Carlin, Morton A., New York, N. Y. Kibbon cutting ap- 
paratus. 2,3.53,.300; Jul.v 11. 

Carlisle, Richard W., assignor to Sonotone Corporation, 
Elmsford, N. Y. Bone conduction receiver. 2,339,148 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Carlisle, Richard W., assignor to Sonotoue Corporation, 
Elmford. N. Y. Microphone. 2,3ril.400 ; June 13. 

Carlisle, Richard W., Elmsford, and A. J. Mastropole, 
New York, assignors to Sonotone Corporation, Elmsford, 
N. Y. Electrical connector. 2,339,146 ; Jan. 11. 

Carlisle, Richard W., Elmsford, and A. J. Mastropole, 
New York, assignors to Sonotone Corporation, Elms- 
ford, N. Y. Electrical connector plug. 2,339,147 ; Jan. 
11. 

Carlisle, Richard W., Elmsford, and A. J. Mastropole, 
New York, assignors to Sonotone Corporation, Elmsford, 
N. Y. Earphone. 2.344.023; IMar. 14. 

Carlisle, Vernon R., Kenosha. Wis. Safety device for 
vehicle passengers. 2,36.5,625 ; Dec. 19. 

Carlisle, Vernon R,, Kenosha, Wis. Safety holding de- 
vice for vehicles, 2,365,626 ; Dee. 19. 

Carlisle, William A,, Jr. (See Goss, Worth C, as- 
signor.) 

Carliss, OswalcJ S., Fairfield, assignor to The Kron Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Load sharing scale and batch- 
ing apparatus, 2,343.000; Feb, 29. 

Carliss, Oswald S., Fairfield, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Stamford, Conn. Weighing pendulum and re- 
corder disk assembly. 2,354,301 ; July 25. 

Carliss, Oswnld S,, Fairfield, aspignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, 
Stamford, Conn, Load weighing lift truck. 2,358,770 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Carlonl, Joseph F., Harrisburg, Pa. Automobile recorder. 
2..345,G57 : Apr. 4. 

Carl.sen. Leonard O., assignor to nieason Works, Roches- 
ter. N. Y, JIachine for producing gears. 2,339,679 ; 
Jan. 18, 

Carlsen, Leonard O,, assignor to Gleason Works, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. Work support. 2.349,537 ; May 23. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., assignor to Gleason Works, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. Gear-cutting machine. 2,352,689 ; July 4. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., assignor to Gleason Works, Rochester, 
N, Y Cutting gears, 2,358,442 ; Sept. 19. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., assignor to Gleason Works, Rochester, 
N. Y. Gear-cutting tool. 2,358,489; Sept. 19. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., assignor to Gleason Works, 
Rochester, N. Y. Dressing mechanism. 2,363,293 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Carlsen, Leonard O,, Rochester, and O. A, Johnson, Iron- 
dequoit. assignors to Gleason Works, Rochester, N. Y. 
Machine for producing gears. 2,354,181 ; July 25. 

Carlson, Arthur H. (See Holland, C. J., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Arthur W., Worcester, Mass. Device for in- 
flating balloons and the like. 2,343,276; Mar. 7. 

Carlson, Bert G , Erieside. assignor to .Tack & Heintz. 
Inc. Bedford, Ohio. Signal for caging devices for 
gyros. 2.360,935 : Oct. 24, 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, 
Inc, Bedford, Ohio. Aircraft control device, 2,364,128 ; 
Dec, 5, 

Carlson, Bert G. (See Heintz, R, j\r,. and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, 
Inc.. Cleveland. Ohio. Automatic bank control. 
2,340,041 ; Jan. 25. 

Carlson, Bert (?., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Henitz, Inc., 
Bedford, Ohio. Horizon gyro. 2,344,126 ; Mar. 14. 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, 
Inc., Bedford, Ohio. IDirectional gyro instrument, 
2,345,915; Apr. 4. 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, Inc., 
Bedford. Ohio. Housing and caging unit assembly for 
gyros. 2,348,603 ; May 9. 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, 
Inc.. Bedford. Ohio. Horizon gyro. 2,348,604 ; May 9. 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, 
Inc., Bedford, Ohio. Self-aligning and temperature 
compensating rotor bearing assembly. 2,352,469 ; 
June 27. 

Carlson. Bert G,, Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, 
Inc.. Bedford, Ohio. Self-aligning gear assembly. 
2,355,144; Aug. 8. 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, assignor to Jack & Heintz, Inc, 
Bedford, Ohio. Flight instrument. 2.357,381 ; Sept. 5. 

Carlson, Bert G., Erieside, Ohio, and G. Tyler, Seattle, 
Wash., assignors to Jack & Heintz, Inc., Bedford, Ohio. 
Metering device. 2,354,244 ; July 25. 

Carlson, Chester F., Jackson Heights. N. Y., assignor to 
P. R. Ifallory & Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Welding 
apparatus. 2,355,145 ; Aug. 8. 

Carlson, Chester F., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Electro- 
photographic apparatus. 2,357,809; Sept. 12. 

Carlson, Cleo D. (See Livak, J. E., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Drexel T. (See Andalikiewicz., B. A., and Carl- 
son.) 



Carlson, Earl C, Pittsburgh, and D. F. Sharp, New 
Kensington, Pa. Waste pickle liquor disposal. 
2,350,095 ; May 30. 

Carlson, Elmer, East Palestine, Ohio. Plant receptacle. 
2,344,202 ; Mar. 14. 

Carlson, Elmer T,, South Fort Mitchell, Ky., assignor to 
The Trumbull Electric Manufacturing Company, Plain- 
ville, Conn. Bus bar duct support. 2,341,311 ; Feb. 8. 

Carlson, Elmer T., Fort Mitchell, Ky., assignor to The 
Trumbull Electric Manufacturing (Jompany, Plalnville, 
Conn. Electric power distribution system. 2,341,841 : 
Feb. 15, 

Oarlson, Elmer T,, Fort Mitchell, Ky., assignor to The 
Trumbull Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, 
Conn. Electrical distribution system. 2,363,396 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Carlson, Elmer T., Wyoming, Ohio, assignor to The Trum- 
bull Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Bus bar connecting clamp 2.357,171 ; Aug. 29. 

Carlson, Elmer T., JPort Mitchell, and W, C. Anderson, 
Bromley, Ky., assignors to The Trumbull Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. Bus duct 
system. 2,339,600 ; Jan. 18. 

Carlson, Emil, Detroit, Mich. Power driven operating 
means for extensible and retractible aerials. 2,346,728 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Carlson, Emil. assignor to Pioneer Specialty Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Antenna construction. 2,349,406 ; May 
23. 

Carlson, Ejnar W. (See Zimmer, J. C, and Carlson.) 

Carl.son, Eric W. (See Scott, H. A,, and Carlson.) 

Carlson, George, et al., trustees. (See Hedlund, Folke 
G. H., assignor.) 

Carlson, George W., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to 
American Optical Company, Southbridgc, Mass. Oph- 
thalmic mounting. 2,355,053; Aug. 8." 

Carlson, George W., Reno, Nev. Earth moving and ma- 
terial handling. 2,360,316; Oct. 17. 

Carlson, Gustaf H. (See Tishler, M., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, (Justaf PL, and D. T. Rogers, I'earl River, as- 
signors to Lederle Laboratories, Inc, New York, N. Y. 
Parenteral solution of anti-hemorrhagic compounds. 
2,354,738 ; Aug. 1. 

Carlson, Gustaf H., Pearl River, assignor to Lederle 
Laboratories, Inc., New Y'^ork, N. Y. Preparation of 0- 
alanlne amide by reduction of cyanoacetamide. 
2,354,909; Aug. 1. 

Carlson, Gustaf H., Pearl River, and B. R. Baker, Nanuet, 
assignors, to Lederle Laboratories, Inc., New York. N. Y. 
Mono-glycosides of 2-methyl-l,4-naphthohydroquinone. 
2.357,172 ; Aug. 29. 

Carlson, Gustave A., Detroit, Mich. Polishing and buffing 
machine. Re. 22,5.39 ; Sept. 5. 

Carlson, Harold A., University City, and A. N. Szwargul- 
ski, assignors to Carter Carburetor Corporation, St. 
Louis, Mo. Carburetor. 2,339,320; Jan. 18. 

Carlson, John W., assignor to Automatic Canteen Com- 
pany of America, Chicago, 111. Selective mixing assem- 
bly. 2.346,290 ; Apr. 11. 

Carlson, Ora E., et al. (See Kogl, Frank, assignor.) 

Carlson, Oscar F., Kenilworth, 111. Pressure and tem- 
perature relief valve. 2,351,190 ; June 13. 

Carlson, Otto M., assignor to Crane Co., Chicago, 111. 
•JA'eld fabricated valve. 2,363,943 ; Nov. 28. 

Carlson, Ralph G., assignor to Crane Co., Chicago, 111. 
Valve. 2,340.904 : Apr. 18. 

Carlson, Sven R., Floral Park, N. Y. Lathe spindle stop. 
2,361,085; Oct. 24. 

Carlson, Thorwald A. (See Markwardt, L. J., and Carl- 
son.) 

Carlson, Vernon E., and P. T. Hahn, assignors to Eureka 
Vacuum Cleaner Company, Detroit, Mich. Socket. 
2,357,311 ; Sept. 5. 

Carlson, Vernon E., Short Hills, assignor to Aircraft- 
Marine Products, Inc., Elizabeth, N. J. Tool for mak- 
ing electrical connectors. 2,359,083 ; Sept. 26. 

Carlson, Vernon E., Short Hills, assignor to Aircraft- 
Marine Products Inc., Harrisburg, Pa, Crimping die 
for electrical connectors, 2,359,084 ; Sept. 26. 

Carlson, Walter H., et al. (See Kogl, Frank, assignor.) 

Carlson, Warner W. (See Stahly, G. L., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation signal 
system. 2,358,382; Sept. 19. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., and D. S. Bond, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Self-orienting radio direction finder. 
2,360,810; Oct. 17. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J,, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Low loss tuning apparatus. 
2,363,641 : Nov. 28. 

Carlson, Wilbur L., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Magneto unit. 
2,354,302 ; July 25. 

Carlson, William L., Green Bay, Wis. Automatic clutch 
controlled prime mover. 2,361,086 : Oct. 24. 

Carllon, Quintin H. (See Clench, E. C. S., and Carlton.) 

Carlton, Quintin H., assignor to Automotive Products 
Company Limited, Leamington Spa, England. Fluid 
pressure remote control system. 2,352,470 ; June 27. 

Carlton, Quintin H., assignor to Automotive Products 
Company Limited, London, England. Locking de- 
vice for remote control and other force-transmitting 
systems, 2,365,247 ; Dec. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Carlton, Richard P., and B. J. Oakes, assignors to Minne- 
sota Alining & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minn. 
Resin bonded abrasive sheet material. 2,347,662 ; 
May 2. 

Carlzen, Carl F. (See Trotter, J. C, and Carlzen.) 

Carman, Kverett F., Rutherford, N. J., and W. H. Mears, 
assignors to Interchemical Corporation, New Yorlt, 
N. Y. Printing inks, 2,361.009 ; Oct. 24. 

Carmichael, Asa D., Tujunga, Calif. Combination garter, 
tourniquet, and first aid kit. 2,339,239 ; Jan. 18. 

Carmichael, Asa B., Tujunga, Calif. Apparatus for per- 
forming circumcisions. 2,353,647 ; July 18. 

Carmichael, Asa B., Tujunga, Calif. Apparatus for 
electrolytically producing oxygen and hydrogen. 
2,365,330; Dec. 19. 

Carmina, Alfred R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gauging and sorting 
machine. 2,344,596 ; Mar. 21. 

Carmody, Don R., Whiting, Ind., and B. L. Evering, and 
E. L. d'Ouville, assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon conversion. 2,354,652 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Carmody, Don R., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbons. 
2,361,600 ; Oct. 31. 

Carmody, Henry F., et al. (See McLeod, James K., as- 
signor. ) 

Carmody Research Laboratories, Inc. (See Carmody, W. 
H., assignor.) 

Carmody, W. H., Springfield, Oliio, assignor to Carmody 
Researcli Laboratories, Inc. Chewing gum resin bases. 
2,366,086 : Dec. 20. 

Carnagua, Harold E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmission con- 
trol. 2,351,483 ; June 13. 

Carnagua, Harold E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Control mechanism 
for transmissions. 2,360,646 ; Oct. 17. 

Carnahan, John W., assignor to Hazel-Atlas Glass Com- 
pany, Wheeling, W. Va. Glass forming machine. 
2,357,501 ; Sept. 5. 

Carnahan, Orson A., Syracuse, N. Y. Hydraulically bal- 
anced bearing. 2,347,663 ; May 2. 

Carnation Company. (See Henszey, R. O., and Smart, 
assignors.) 

Carnauh, Boruk, Paris, France ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Disinfecting product and process 
for its manufacture and application. 2,351,924 ; June 
20. 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Ashton, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

CarnPEie-Tllinois Steel Corporation. (See Asimow, M.. 
Craig, and Gravenstretter, assignors.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (Sec Braun, K. F., 
and Griffiths, assignors.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Brown, William 
D., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Cushwa, C. B., 
Jr., and Greulich, assignors.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Eddy, F. R., 
and Huffington, assignors.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Gensamer, 
Maxwell, assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Greulich, Ger- 
ald G., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Grossett, Wil- 
liam W.. assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Houk, Mansel 
E., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See John, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Lewis, John D.,- 
assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Mauger, A. J., 
and Wiird. assignors.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See IMcIntlre, Hoy 
O., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Muddiman, 
Earll R., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Mursch, William 
H., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Sturdy, John, 
assignor. ) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Taylerson, T. 
S., assignor.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Wells, J. H., and 
Wilson, assignors.) 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Wilson, P. J., 
Jr., and Wells, assignors.) 

earner, George M., assignor to G. E. McKewen, Sr., Balti- 
more, Md. Combination for supporting, restraining, and 
protecting a child when seated at a table. 2,362,465 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Carney, Clifford R., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion. Detroit, Mich. Ice tray. 2,348,956 ; May 16. 

Carney, Clifford R., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Manufacturing refrigerator 
shelves. 2.350,875 ; June 6. 

Carney, Lvnn .ii., assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron. Ohio. Lap joint. 2. .343. 106 ; Feb. 29. 

Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., as.signor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company^ Absorption oil reclamation. 
2,339,080; Jan. 18. 



Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Separation apparatus. 2,343,401 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Testing carbon black. 2,355,146 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Carney, William G., South Bend, Ind. Fluorescent tube 

changer. 2,360,396 ; Oct. 17. 
Carol, James B., Los Angeles, assignor of sixty per cent 
to C. B. Jamison, twenty per cent to C. Mason, and 
twenty per cent to A. E. Wright, Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Variable pitch propeller. 2,341,207 ; Feb. 8. 

Carolin, Guy, New York, N. Y. Memorizer. 2,357,082 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Caron, Joseph V., Detroit, Mich. Wheel applying device. 
2,345,458; Mar. 28. 

Caron, Joseph V., Haverhill, Mass. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,346,729 ; Apr. 18. 

Caron, Ludger J., assignor to Leominster Tool Co., Inc., 
Leominster, Mass. Injection molding machine. 
2,358,686; Sept. 19. 

Carone, Vito, Los Angeles, Calif. Gauge plate for rail- 
way surface tracks. 2,359,509 ; Oct. 3. 

Carothers, Tliomas A., and W. J. Keuper, assignors to 
The National Marking Machine Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Laundry handling mechanism. 2,359,464 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Carpenter, Albert J., Jr., assignor to The Duplex Printing 
Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Tucker blade 
motion for rotary folding mechanisms. 2,348,605 ; 
May 9. 

Carpenter, Albert J., Jr., assignor to The Duplex Print- 
ing Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Plate cyl- 
inder clamping means for cylinder printing presses. 
2,350,585 ; June 6. 

CarpeuLer, Albert J., Jr., assignor to The Duplex Printing 
Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Ink fountain 
drive. 2,351,012 ; June 13. 

Carpenter, Albert J., Jr., assignor to The Duplex Printing 
Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Printing press. 
2,351,013 ; June 13. 

Carpenter, Arthur, New York, N. Y., and H. R. Cook, Jr., 
Westwood, N. J., assignors to A. O. Goodwin, New York, 
N. Y. Display apparatus. 2,340,863 ; Feb. 8. 

Carpenter, Cliarles K., Eobbinsdale, Minn. Fish stringer 
and the like. 2,354,848 ; Aug. 1. 

Carpenter, Earl E., Superior, Wis. Fire-fighting appa- 
ratus. 2,360.397 ; Oct. 17. 

Carpenter, Francis F., Norfolk, Va. Mirror compass. 
2,361,175; Oct. 24. 

Carpenter, Herbert L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Container and 
constricting rim therefor. 2,351,484 ; June 13. 

Carpenter, Homer C, Royal Oak, Mich., assignor to The 
Owen Silent Spring Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Vehicle seat. 2,346.414 ; Apr. 11. 

Carpenter, John A., Long Beach, and M. E. McGill, Bur- 
bank, Calif. Cylindrical work hanger. 2,353,443 ; July 
11. 

Carpenter, John C, assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co., 
Chicago, 111. Photographic enlarger. 2,351,599 ; June 
20. 

Carpenter, John H., WilUamsport, Pa., assignor to The 
Aviation Corporation, New York, N. Y. Fuel drain 
valve for engines. 2,341,758 ; Feb. 15. 

Carpenter, Laura P., et al., trustee. (See Daugherty, 
Fount F., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Miles H., Severna Park, Md. Fastening means 
for building construction. 2,340,864 ; Feb. 8. 

Carpenter, Miles H., Severna Park, Md. Flooring. 
2,348,724; May 16. 

Carpenter, Morris T., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Catalytic conversion process. 2,362,113 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Carpenter, Otto W., Jr., special administrator. (See 
Kearney, E. J.) 

Carpenter Paper Company. (See Stevenson, Donald E., 
assignor.) 

Carpenter, Randolph, et al. (See Baxter, George, as- 
signor.) 

Carpenter, Russell, Three Rivers, Quebec, Canada. Steam 
joint. 2,350,492; June 6. 

Carpenter, baiiiuel C, Jr. (See Riclcus, G. M., Hoffman. 
Carpenter, and Harris.) 

Carpenter Steel Company, The. (See Luerssen, G. V., 
and Post, assignors.) 

Carpenter Steel Company, The. (See Luerssen, G. V., and 
Sclilegel, assignors.) 

Carpenter, Victor W., Franklin, and J. M. Jackson, Mld- 
dletown, Ohio, and J. E. Lucas, Butler, Pa., assignors 
to The American Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, 
Ohio. Production of silicon steel of uniformly low 
core loss. 2,358,788 ; Sept. 26. 

Carpmail, Arthur B., Lorain, Ohio. Apparatus for clean- 
ing pipe. 2,353.125; July 11. 

Carr, Adams & Collier Company. (See Adams, Paul L., 
assignor. ) 

Carr. Donald E., assignor to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif. Producing asphalt. 
2,361,263 ; Oct. 24. 

Carr, Edward L., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vulcanization accelerator. 
2,339.552 ; Jan. 18. 



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Carr, Edward L., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The Firestone 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Treating mer- 
captothiazoles with ammonia derivatives and product 
produced thereby. 2,354,427 ; July 25. 

Carr, John O., Park Ridge, and M. T. Goetz, assignors to 
Teletype Corporation, Chicago, 111. Keyboard printing 
and perforating apparatus. 2,343,882 ; Alar. 14. 

Carr, Richard H., Evanston, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to A. M. Rossman, Wilmette, 111. Pull rod 
carrier. 2,355,054 ; Aug. 8. 

Carr, William E. (See McAlpine, L. W., assignor.) 

Carraway, Thomas W., Dallas, Tex. Air conditioning or 
cooling .svstpm. 2,342,841 ; Feb. 29. 

Carrick, Oland W. (See Gunderson, L. O., and Carrick.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Ashley, C. M., and Mooney, 
assignors.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Carrier, Willis H., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation et al. (See Goddard, M. B., and 
Oeler, assignors.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Hanson, Lars, assignor.) 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Valve arrangement. 2,342,328 ; Feb. 22. 

Carrier. Willis H., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Air conditioning system. 2,353,144 ; July 
11. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Air conditioning system. 2,355,629 ; Aug. 
15. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Air conditioning system. 2,363,294 ; Nov. 
21. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Air conditioning system control arrange- 
ment. 2,363,944 ; Nov. 28. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Air conditioning system. 2,363,945 ; Nov. 
28. 

Carroll, Burt H. (See Weissberger, A., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Burt H., and C. J. Staud, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Production of neu- 
tral tones in photographic emulsions. 2,346,065 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Carroll, Burt H., and J. Spence, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Photographic emul- 
sion. 2,3o5,630 ; Aug. 15. 

Carroll, Burr H., and J. Spence, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Companv, Rochester, N. Y. Sensitized photo- 
graphic emulsion. 2,301,928 ; Nov. T. 

Carroll, Ellsworth W., San Carlos, assignor to S & W 
Fine Foods, Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Single stage 
fruit orienting and pitting machine. 2,343,496 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Carroll, Ellsworth W., San Carlos, assignor to S & W 
Fine Foods, Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Dicing fruit. 
2,350,586 ; June 6. 

Carrol, Frank, New York, N. Y. Bo-xing toy. 2,358,907 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Carroll, Frederick M., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Integrated 
machine control. 2,338.404 : Jan. 4. 

Carroll, Furman G., Media, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Sizing device 
for winding machines. 2,361,427 ; Oct. 31. 

Carroll, George R. (See Cumraings, H. B., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Howard F. (See Rosenberg, H. R., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Louis W., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Telephone sub- 
station apparatus. 2,356,031 ; Aug. 15. 

Carroll, Louis W., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation. New York, N. Y. Magnetic sig- 
nal. 2,359,546 ; Oct. 3. 

Carroll, Robert A., West Finley, Pa. Fuel mixer. 
2,359,022 ; Sept. 26. 

Carroll, William M., assignor to The National Cash Reg- 
ister Company, Davton, Ohio. Record form handling 
device. 2,342,571 ; Feb. 22. 

Carruth, Herman A., Northford, assignor to National 
Folding Box Company, New Haven, Conn. Making car- 
tons. 2,358,789 ; Sept. 26. 

Carruth, Herman A., Northford, assignor to National 
Folding Box Companv, New Haven, Conn. Captive 
cover carton. 2.358,790 ; Sept. 26. 

Carruthers, Robert L., New Iberia, La. Derrick support 
for underwater drilling. 2,352,370; June 27. 

Carruthers, Thomas F., South Charleston, and E. W. 
Kiefer, Charleston, W. Va., assignors to Carbide and 
Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Production of amino- 
pyrans. 2,350,446 ; June 6. 

Carson, Boyce 6., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. Chrome diazo dyes. 
2,342,451 ; Feb. 22. 

Carson, Clarence M., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to Wing- 
foot Corpoi'ation, Akron, Ohio. Moistureproofed glass- 
Ine paper. 2,354,574 ; July 25. 

Carson, Clearance A., et al. (See Foster, Sampson D., 
assignor.) 

Carson, Everett E. (See Roberts, John P., assignor.) 

Carson, Robert A., Denver, Colo. Horse's bit. 2,355,704 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Carson, Robert J., Jr. (See Gebert, R. C, and Caison.) 

Carson, Robert J., Kane, Pa. Skate carrier. 2,353,809 ; 
July 18. 



Carson, William F., Jr., Brunswick, Ga., assignor to 
Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Improv- 
ing the odor of thlocyanate insecticides. 2,339,050 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Carson, William F., Jr., Brunswick, Ga., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Detergent 
and production. 2,362,882 ; Nov. 14. 

Carson, William L., assignor to Washington Iron Works, 
Seattle, Wash. Grinding machine. 2,359,969 ; Oct. 10. 

Carswell, Firman L. (See Schmidt, O. W., and Carswell.) 

C;arter, Andrew G., Grand Rapids, Mich. Electric lamp. 
2,338,621 ; Jan. 4. 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Bicknell, George M., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Bicknell, G. M., and 
Henning, assignors.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation, et al. (See (Boyce, L. D., 
assignor), and McKechnie.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Carlson, H. A., and 
Szwargulski, assignors.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Coffey, Irven E., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Ericson, George R., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Ericson, G. R., 
and Markham, assignors.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Ewart, W. M., and 
Klasey, assignors.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Lannert, Kenneth, 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Mann, Bertram H., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Moseley, James T. 
W., assignor.) 

Carter, Clarence F., Danville, 111. Multiple head auto- 
matic powder filling machine. 2,360,198 ; Oct. 10. 

Carter, Edward J. (See McCormick, G., Griffith, Carter, 
Williams, and McCormick, S. and T. T.) 

Carter, Frank E., Minneapolis, Minn. Walker and re- 
.luvenator for physically disabled persons. 2,362,466 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Carter, Franklyn Y., assignor to Detroit Lubricator Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Refrigerating system. 2,346,469 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Carter, Geoffrey W. (See Mortlock, J. R., Wilkinson, and 
Carter.) 

Carter, George I., Teaneck, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to (jeneral Oil Heating Corporation, West New 
York, N. J. Oil-burner construction. 2,355,631 ; Aug. 
15. 

Carter, James L., Mobile, Ala. Fender tool. 2,357,726; 
Sept. 5. 

Carter, John W., and T. H. Kennedy, McKeesport, Pa., as- 
signors to National Tube Company. Runner gate opera- 
tor. 2.348,521 ; May 9. 

Carter, John W., and A. R. Rowe, McKeesport, Pa., 
assignors to National Tube Company. Regenerative 
soaking pit furnace. 2,351,661 ; June 20. 

Carter, Joseph C, Martinsville, Va. Fire extinguisher. 
2,358,848 ; Sept. 26. 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Companv, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gyroscopic erec- 
tion device. 2,356,749 ; Aug. 29. 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., and P. West, Jr., Roslyn, 
assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Gyro magnetic compass system. 2,363,500 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Carter, Mitchell, Trenton, N. J., assignor to The Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Cleaning 
article. 2,339,547 ; Jan. 18. 

Carter, Mitchell, Yardley, Pa., assignor to The Firestone 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Forming rubber 
. articles. 2,354,433 ; July 25. 

Carter, Perry E., Guilford, Mo. Combined push rake and 
stacker. 2,351,104; June 13. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High frequency resonator and 
circuit therefor. 2,357,313 ; Sept. 5. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Cavity resonator circuit. 
2,357,314; Sept. 5. 

Carter, Philip S., Rocky Point, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Broad band directive antenna, 
2,357,382 ; Sept. 5. 

Carter, Philip S., Rocky Point, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Short wave antenna. 
2,359,620 ; Oct. 3. 

Carter, Robert J. S., Minneapolis, Minn. Aspirating sep- 
arator. 2,361,601 ; Oct. 31. 

Carter, Roscoe H., V/ashlngton, D. C, and M. C. Golds- 
worthy, Takoma Park, Md., assignors to Claude R. 
Wickard, as Secretary of Agriculture of the United 
States of America, and his successors. Fungicide. 
2,354,940 ; Aug. 1. 

Carter, Thomas A., Jr., assignor to Grand Rapids Store 
Equipment Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Lighting 
structure. 2,345,234; Mar. 28. 

Carter, Thomas A., Jr., assignor to Grand Rapids Store 
Equipment Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Lighting 
fixture. 2.345,235 ; Mar. 28. 

Carter, William G., Yakima, Wash., assignor to Cali- 
fornia Packing Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 
Turnover device. 2,364,270 ; Dec. 5. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Caricr, William J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, Ohio. Press. 
2,355,420 : Aug. 8. 

Carter, Williaui W., deceased, Needham, by B. Morton, 
trustee, W'estport, Mass., assignee. Molded article and 
making it. ke. 22,487 ; May 30. 

Carter, William W., Needliam, assignor to Brayton Mor- 
ton, Boston, Mass., trustee. Hollow molded preterm 
of fiber and fusible plastic material. 2,305,331 : Dec. 
19. 

Carthage Mills Incorporated. (See Pike, Neal C, as- 
signor.) 

Caruuim', Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Overload release clutch. 
2,355.202 : Aug. «. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Gathering and loading ma- 
chine. 2,358,849 ; Sept. 26. 

Cartier, Edward J., assignor of one-half to W. Conley, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Piston. 2,361,819 ; Oct. 31. 

Cartou Coolers, Inc. (See Ferris, Walton C, assignor.) 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Filament mount. 2,347,028 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Cartwright, Horace A., Independence, Kans. Apparatus 
for pumping and heating viscous material. 2,33'J,741 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Cartwright, Horace A., Independence, Kans. Spray bar 
for distributing bituminous and like materials. 
2,342,120 ; Feb. 22. 

Cartwright, Horace A., Independence., Kans. Valve. 
2,359.300; Oct. 3. 
Comi)any of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Article feeding 

Carvalho, Leslie R. N., New York, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N, Y. Apparatus for and method of making 
circular locking bands for caps or closures. 2,348,957 ; 
May 16. 

Carver, Ernest E., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Garden shears. 2,354,303 ; July 25. 

Carver, Walter W., Millburn, N. J. Black-out ventilator. 
2,362,114: Nov. 7. 

Carver, Walter W., Millburn, N. J. Ventilator for 
portholes and like openings. 2,364,271 ; Dec. 5. 

Carvey, George W., Cheswick, assignor to Aluminum 
apparatus. 2,361,176 ; Oct. 24. 

Cary, Henry H., South Pasadena, and W. P. Baxter, 
Pasadena, assignors to National Technical Labora- 
tories, South Pasadena, Calif. Making glass electrodes. 
2,340,470; Feb. 11. 

Cary, Henry H., Alhambra, and D. G. Marlow, Altadena, 
assignors to National Technical Laboratories, South 
Pasadena, Calif. Variable resistor. 2,361,010; Oct. 
24. 

Cary, William Ttl., Jacksonville, Fla., assignor to Combus- 
tion Engineering Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Auto- 
matic scraper for filter screens. 2,363,830 ; Nov. 28. 

Caryl, Coleman R., Riverside, J. T. Thurston, Cos Cob, 
and D. W. Kaiser, Springdale, Conn., assignors to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Alicyclic 
esters of alpha-hydroxyisobutyric acids. 2,348,710 ; 
May 16. 

Casali, Anthony J., Canton, Ohio. Offset keyway gauge. 
2,35], 105 : June 13. 

Casavant, Stuart F., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2,350,338 : June 6. 

Casclani, itomildo, assignor of one-third to M. Bernstein, 
and one-third to J. Meltzer, New York, N. Y., and one- 
third to J. H. Funk, St. Louis, Mo. Formula for a com- 
position of ceramic matter. 2,356,214 ; Aug. 22. 

Casco Products Corporation. (See Cohen, Joseph H., 
assignor. ) 

Casco Products Corporation. (See Lehmann, Herbert G., 
assignor.) 

Casco Products Corporation. (See Youhouse, Joseph, 
a.ssignor i 

Case, Edward B., St. Louis, Mo. Bias-cutting machine. 
2,352,937 ; July 4. 

Case, Edward N. (See Solakian, H., and Case.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Crawford, John F., assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See <Teraldson, Gerald, assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Heitshu, Daniel C, assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Janke, Ewald P., assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Comi)Mny. (See Krfuise. Norman R., assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See MacGregor, Wallace F., as- 
signor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Russell, Stanley D., assignor.) 
Case, J. I., Company. (See Rutter, Alvah E., assignor.) 
Case, J. I., Company. (See Schill, Bernard J., assignor.) 
Case, Lynn B., assignor to John Waldron Corporation, 
New Brunswick, N. J. Printing machine. 2,341,690 ; 
Feb. 15. 
Case, Nelson P., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Hazeltlne 
Corporation. Direct current amplifier stage. 2,343,745 ; 
Mar. 7. 
Case, Noel L., Girard, Pa., assignor to Louis Mark & Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Track switch for toy rail- 
ways. 2,340,042 ; Jan. 25. 
Case, Pomeroy & Company. (See Andresen, Kurt H., 

assignor.) 
Case, Richard Y., Philndelphia, assignor to L. H. Gilmer 
Co., Tacony, Philadelphia, Pa. Cut tooth power trans- 
mission belt and blank for the same. 2,348,522 ; May 9. 



Case, Robert W., Warrens, Wis. Berry picking machine. 
2,355,273; Aug. 8. 

Case, Rogers, Orange, N. J. \^'ire-transposing device. 
2,350,750 ; Aug. 2y. 

Case, Willard T., New Brunswick, N. J., assignor to 
Deltox Rug Comp.nny, Oshkosh, Wis. Rug and making 
till' same. 2.360.398: Oct. 17. 

Casella, Secondo L., Brooklyn, assignor to Moroy Ma- 
chinery Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Stop roll. 2,361,453 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Caserta, Alfred E. (See Sherman, C. F., and Caserta.) 

Caserta, Michele, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thompson 
J'roducts Incorporated, Cleveland, Ohio. Fluid trans- 
fer mechanism. 2,353,545 ; July 11. 

Casey, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Vending machine. 
2,339,081 ; Jan. 18. 

Casey, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Vending machine. 
2,352,471 ; June 27. 

Casey, Francis B. (See Gott, G. E., Habib, Casey, and 
Fairbank.) 

Casey, James A., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Underfed stoker. 
2,365,679 ; Dec. 26. 

Casli. A. \V., Company. (See Temple, Paul C, assignor.) 

Cash, Claude C, New York, and Iv. H. Perkins, Valley 
Stream, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, In- 
corporated, Now York, N. Y. Protective system. 
2,338,405 ; Jan. 4. - 

Cash, Claude D., Chicago, 111. Wall protector. 2,340,173 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Caslinian, Aloysius F. (See Lieber, E., and Cashman.) 

Cashman, Aloysius F. (See Lieber, E., Sadlon, and Cash- 
man.) 

easier, Roger H., and S. Vorech, assignors to Bendix- 
Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company, Pitts- 
burgh, I'a. Power gear shifting mechanism. 2,346,820 ; 
Apr. 18. 

easier, Roger H., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Clutch con- 
trol meclianism. 2,362,242 ; Nov. 7. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to B. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Prepa- 
ration of unsaturated halogenated aliphate hydrocar- 
bons. 2,342,100; Feb. 22. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, and A. O. Rogers, Lewis- 
ton, N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of dihydro 
mucononitrile and product. 2,342,101; Feb. 22. 

Cass, Oliver \V., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Production of butadiene. 2,343,108 ; Feb. 29. 

Cass, Oliver W., and A. O. Rogers, Nigara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Preparation of butadiene. 2,343,107 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Cassaday, Jack T., Stamford, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Noncrystalliz- 
ing rosin size and making the same. 2,362,973 ; Nov. 
21. 

Cassee, Ewout. (See Klinkhamer, H. A. W., and Cassee.) 

Cassol, Norman S., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coloring tex- 
tiles. 2,342,641 ; Feb. 29. 

Cassel, Norman S., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coloring tex- 
tiles with pigments. 2.342.642 ; Feb. 29. 

Cassel, Norman S., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Textile print- 
ing composition. 2,361,454 ; Oct. 31. 

Cass.'l. Nornijin S., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Textile printing 
emulsions. 2,364,602 ; Dec. 12. 

Cassel, William H., assignor to The Cleveland Hobbing 
Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Gear cutting 
method and machine. 2,339,375 ; Jan. 18. 

Cassell, William C, Pikeville, Ky. Window shade fas- 
toner. 2,359,200 ; Sept. 26. 

Casselman Harold L. (See Glnn, E., Casselman, and 
Campbell.) 

Cassen, Benedict, Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Companv. East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Supervoltage X-ray tube. 2,342.789 : Feb. 29. 

Cassens, Fred G., Jennings, Mo., and M. S. Evans, Buffalo, 
assignors to American Car and Foundry Company, 
New York, N. Y. Multiple hook lifter. 2,338,998; 
Jan. 11. 

Cassidy, Samuel M., and G. M. Rigg, Uniontown, Pa. 
System of mining. 2,358,687 ; Sept. 19. 

Cassie, John, Dedham, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Inlet box for centrifugal fans. 
2,344,456 ; Mar. 14. 

Casson, Wesley C. (See Tucker, P. T., and Masson.) 

Cast Stone Institute. (See Walker, C. G., and Frauen- 
felder, assignors.) 

Cast Stone Institute. (See Weber, Jacob tiKsignor.) 

Casteen, John V., Portsmouth, Va. Dispc-nsing cabinet, 
2 342 452 * Feb 22. 

Castellan, Carl A. (See Boyce, G. L., and Castellan.) 

Castellan, Carl A., assignor to American VLscose Cor- 
poration, Wilmington, Del. Staple fiber cutter. 

2.339.765 ; Jan. 25. 

Castellan, Carl A., assignor to American Viscose Cor- 
poration, Wilmington, Del. Staple fiber cutter. 

2.339.766 ; Jan. 25. 



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Castelle, James, New York, assignor to Bernard Rosen- 
stein, Brooklyn, N. Y. Slioe construction. 2,355,906 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Castelll, Charles, Union City, N. J., assignor to Minox, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Lock. 2,339,615 ; Jan. 18. 

Castislia, Biagis, New York, N. Y., assignor to Wheel 
Aligning Necessities, luc. Wheel suspension. 2,355,274 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Castings Patent Corporation. (See Hagaemeyer, Henry F., 
assignor.) 

Castle, Boyd F., and W. W. Wodell, assignors to The 
Quincy Stove Manufacturing Company, Quincy, 111. Oil 
burning device. 2,365,745 ; Dec. 26. 

Castle, Kent S., San Francisco, Calif. Ventilator. 
2,354,795 ; Aug. 1. 

Castle, Michael A. (See Hickin, N. E., Hogg, and 
Castle ) 

Catlin, John P.. and G. R. Eckstein, assignors to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Test- 
ing anneal of cartridge shells and the like. 2,364,129 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Castor, Wilbur W., assignor to Fuller Label & Box Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Vented panel. 2,358,143 ; Sept. 
12. 

Castricum, Martin, Grosse Pointe, Mich., assignor to 
United States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Drier 
for yarns or cords. 2,345,032 ; Mar. 28. 

Catalan!, (iiusto, Genova-Bolzaneto, Italy ; vested In the 
Alien Property Custodian. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,341.595: Feb. 15. 

Cate, I'iuil E., assignor to The Fulton Sylphon Company, 
Knoxville, Tonn. Elements of compressed and sintered 
powders. 2,362,353 ; Nov. 7. 

Cate. Thomas M., and R. E. Jones, Knoxville, Tenn., as- 
signors to The Sanford Investment Company, Wilming- 
ton. Del. Drop-bottom mine car. 2,362,986 ; Nov. 21. 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Eberhard, Harmon S., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Gedge, Frederick C, as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Martin, F. F., and Clark, 
assignors.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Company. (See Eeggio, Ferdinando 
C. assignor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Rosen, C. G. A., and Max- 
well, assignors.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Starr, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Gates, Julius, Wembley, H. G. Jenkins, Pinner, and S. 
H. Noble. Harrow Weald, England, assignors to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Discharge lamp apparatus. 
2,339,051 ; Jan. 11. 

Catford, Adrian L. (See Halford. F. B., and Catford.) 

Cathodeon Limited. (See Liebmann. Gerhard, assignor.) 

Catlott, James T., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Welding apparatus. 2,358,144 ; Sept. 
12. 

Catlett, William J., Jr., U. S. Navy. Air navigation 
plotter. 2,343,883 ; Mar. 14. 

Catlin, John B (See Fourness. C. A., and Catlin.) 

Catlin, Willard E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Producing synthetic 
linear polyamide filaments. 2,341,423 ; Feb. 8. 

Catlin, Willard E., Edgewood, Md., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Dispersing pigments in polyamldes. 2,341,759 ; Feb. 15. 

Catlin. Willard E.. assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington. Del. Preparing coating com- 
positions. 2,342,387 ; Feb. 22. 

Caton, Joseph D., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Jlich. Trailer hitch. 2,347,081 ; 
Apr. 18.' 

Cntt. Leslie Hprbert. fSep Marshall. W. J., and Catt.) 

Cattaraugus Cutlery Company. (See Champlin, J. B. F., 
and Banton, assignors.) 

Caugherty, John J.. Kelle Vernon, Pa. Cleaning ferrous 
metal articles. 2,338,165 ; Jan. 4. 

Caughey, John M., assignor to Stubnitz-Greene Spring 
Corporation, Adrian, Mich. Seat cushion. 2,352,938 ; 
July 4. 

Caughman, Wllhelm H. (See Rabon, Melton G., as- 
signor.) 

Caulkins, Cecil P., New London, Conn. Gun loading 
mechanism. 2,350,493 ; June 6. 

Causer. .Mabel U.. SjiiMsota. Kla. Foldable and extensible 
snck stretcher and drier. 2,354.849 ; Aug. 1. 

Cavanagh, John J., Farmingdale, N. Y. Garment hanger. 
2,338.702 : Jan. 11. 

Cavanagh, Patrick E., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Re- 
covering metals from steel slags. 2,350,725 ; June 6. 

CavanaugU. Kobert .M., and \V. M. Nagle, Woodbury, as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Preparation of adipic acid. 2,343,534 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Cavanaugh, Walter T., and G. E. Viera, Oakland, Calif. 
Apparatus for applying filler to tape. 2,348,166 ; 
May 2. 

Cave, Henry, and A. L. Le Febvre, assignors to The Full- 
er Brush Company, Hartford, Conn. Bristle feeding 
mechanism for. brush making machines. 2,356,121 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Cave, Henry, Hartford, A. H. Fuller, West Hartford, and 
A. L. LeFebvre. Windsor, assignors to The Fuller Brush 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Brushmaking machine. 
2,358,443; Sept. 19. 



CavicchloU, Mario, New York, N. Y. Waste and grease 

trap. 2,353,993 ; July 18. 
Cavins, Roy E. (See Bland, Thomas W., assignor.) 
Caweln, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Farns- 

worth Television and Radio Corporation. Signal mixing 

amplifier. 2,353,876 ; July 18. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Farns- 

worth Television and Radio Corporation. Artificial 

antenna. 2,355,275 : Aug. 8. 
Cawein, Madison, Marion, Ind., assignor to Farnsworth 

Television and Radio Corporation. Power supply cir- 
cuit. 2,361,745 ; Oct. 31. 
Cawley, Clayton J., Eldred, Pa. Tethering post. 

2,360,199 ; Oct. 10. 
Cawley, John D., assignor to Distillation Products, Inc., 

Rochester, N. Y. Procedure for the preparation of 

substances containing conjugated double bonds. 

2,343,644 ; Mar. 7. 
Cawood, Richard L., assignor to The Patterson Foundry 

& Machine Company, East Liverpool, Ohio. Discharge 

valve. 2,343,134 ; Feb. 29. 
Cawood, William H., Middlesboro, Ky. Grave box cover 

applying and removing tool. 2,338,232 ; Jan. •*■ 
Cawthon, Carl C. (See Leissler, Lee R., assignor.) 
Cayo, Edmund J., Albany, N. Y. Method and apparatus 

for making artificial dentures. 2,348,606 ; May 9. 
Cecil, Willard, Parker, Ind. Hog feeder. 2,353,126; July 

Cecil, William E., High Point, N. C. Tire pressure indi- 
cating system. 2,362,883 ; Nov. 14. 

Cederquist, Nils H., Los Angeles, Calif. Table construc- 
tion. 2.360,474; Oct. 17. 

Cejka, Louis A. (See Saucier, Lionel H., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Adamson, Henry, 

• assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Andersen, B., 
Grenquist, and Ball, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Bell, A. S., and 
Angus, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Bludworth, 
Joseph E., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Caprio, Amerigo 
F., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Croft, C. M., and 
hlndle, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Croft, C. M., 
Bergeron, and Dodge, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Daly, A. J., and 
Lowe, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dodge, F. G., and 
McFarland, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, H., 
Moncrieff, and Bates, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, H., 
Moncrieff, and Sammons. assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., and 
Wesson, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America, (See Elvin, W. J., and 
Shallis, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, Don- 
ald, assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Glass, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Groombridge, 

W. H., and Page, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Haney. C. I., and 

Martin, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hays, C. H., and 

Dickie, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hivick, C. L., 

and McLuckie, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Horback, William 

assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jackson, T., Fin- 
layson, and Frearson, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Keight, Albert W. 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Lippmann, Daniel 
C. assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Loud, John P., 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Lyem, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Mann, R. J., Mar- 
tin, and Harmer, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Olpin, H. C, Gib- 
son, and Jones, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Olpin, H. C, and 
Wright, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Piperoux, Rene 
P., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Pool, William, 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Roberts, Robert 
P., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Rowley, Robert 

D., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Schneider, George, 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Schweizer, 

Ernest, assignor.) 



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Celaneee Corporation of America. (See Seymour, George 
W., and Salvin, assignors.) 

Celaiiese Corijoration of America. (See Seymour, G. W., 
and Salvin. assignors.) 

Celanose Corporation of America. (See Seymour, G. AV., 
and Wliite. assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Stearn, W. T., and 
Schulte, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Tliomas, Allan 
C. assienor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Walker, William, 
assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Whitehead, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Whitehead, W., 
and Elvin, assignors.) 

Celanese Coiporation of America. (See Willens, Robert 
A. A., assignor.) 

Celastic Corporation, The. (See Johns, Raphael C, as- 
signor.) 

Celio, Orlando, assignor to Scintilla Ltd., Solenre, Switzer- 
land. Variable stroke pump. 2,348,958 ; May 16. 

Celio, Orlando, Soleure, Switzerland. Turbine runner. 
2,354,304; July 25. 

Cellomold Limited. (See Da vies, Drury N., assignor.) 

Celluplastic Corporation. (See Lermer, Irving S., as- 
signor.) 

Celomat Corp. (See Weil, Herbert, Jr., assignor.) 

Celotex Corporation, The. (See Burt, George H., as- 
signor.) 

Celotox Corporation, The. (See Hay, Harold R., as- 
signor.) 

Ceiotex Corporation, The. (See Irvine, Fergus A., as- 
signor.) 

Celotex Corporation, The. (See Muench, Carl G., as- 
signor.) 

Celotex Corporation, The. (See Swenson, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Centa, John M. (See Potter, R. S., and Centa.) 

Center, Cliarles I., and \V. R. Tair, South Bend, Ind. 
Desk construction. 2,302.047 ; Nov. 7. 

Central Commercial Company. (See Langer, Nicholas, 
assignor.) 

Central Equipment Co. (See Black, Charles P., assignor.) 

Central Fibre Products Company Inc. (See Limbert, 
John K., assignor.) 

Central Fibre Products Company. (See Limbert, J. K.. 
Brane. and McClure, assignors.) 

Central Mine Equipment (io. (See Phipps, Orville, as- 
signor.) 

Central Specialty Company. (See Gaskell, W. L., and 
Haiscb, assignors.) 

Centrella, Michael L., Philadelphia, Pa. Accelerator in- 
dicator. 2.339,910 ; Jan. 25. 

Centrifix Corporation. (See Wright, Bruce R., assignor.) 

Century Distributors. (See Sabin, Oliver.) 

Century Electric Company. (See Hamilton, James L., as- 
signor.) 

Century Motors Corporation. (See Dusevolr, Julius, as- 
signor.) 

Cerium Corporation, The. (See Phelps, Harold E., as- 
signor.) 

Cei'tain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Codwise, Philip 
W., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Deuchler, 
Philip G., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Deuchler, P. 
G., and Mooi-e, assignors.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Gardner, Harry 
F., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See MacNutt, Arthur 
D., assignor.) 

Certain-Tped Products Corporation. (See Soissa, John A., 
assignor.) 

Certified Gas Equipment Co. (See Robinson, William, 
assignor.) 

Cetrule, John, West Orange, N. J. Hobbing machine. 
2,304.094; Dec. 12. 

Cervellati, Fernando. (See Marzoli, A., and Cervellati.) 

Cesareo, Orfeo, Washington township, Bergen County, 
N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Ib- 
corporated. New York, N. Y. Signaling system. 
2„340,366 ; Feb. 1. 

Cessna. Oren C, Ann Arbor, Midi., assignor to The Guard- 
ite Corporation. Impregnating fabric sheet material. 
2,.342.043 ; Feb. 29. 

Chace, W. M., Company. (See Hood, Stanley R., as- 
signor.) 

Chadbourne, Reuben J. (See Richardson, D. E., Michel, 
and Chadbourne.) 

Cliadburn's (Ship) Telegraph Company Limited, et al. 
(Soe Evps. F. S.. and Bamford. assignors.) 

Chadder, William J., assignor to Woodall-Duckham (1920) 
Limited. Guilford, England. Separation of liquids of 
different boiling points from mixtures thereof by frac- 
tional distillation. 2,365,050; Dec. 12. 

Cliadder, William J., assignor to Woodall-Duckham (1920) 
Limited, Guilford, England. Separation of liquids of 
different boiling points from mixtures thereof by frac- 
tional distillation. 2,365,051 ; Dec. 12. 

Chadkin, Bernard. (See Kastilan, Fritz, assignor.) 

Chadwick, Cecil G. (See Crafts, W., and Chadwick.) 



Chafee, Earl W., New York, and S. G. Myers, Freeport, 
assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Antiaircraft fire control director. 2,340,865 : 
Feb. 8. 

Chaffee, Harold D., Bedford, Ohio. Container closure. 
2,347,253 ; Apr. 25. 

Chaffee, Joseph G., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Radio signaling. 2,363,571 ; Nov. 28. 

Chaikin, Isidore A., Great Neck, N. Y. Garment hanger 
shield. 2,348,523 ; May 9. 

Chain Belt Company. (See Hilkemeier, Louis G., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Longenecker, Charles I., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Marshall, William B., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See McCann, John F., assignor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Smith, H. L. Jr., and Conley, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Wegner, Arnold A., as- 
signor.) 

Chalberg, Edward E., San Diego, Calif. Aircraft landing 
gear. 2,360,7.59 ; Oct. 17. 

Challenge Cream & Butter Association. (See Mitchel, C. 
L., and Stocklin, assignors.) 

Challenge Machinery Company, The. (See Garlick, Mark 
J., assignor.) 

Challenge Machinery Company, The (See Lee, J. W., and 
Barney, assignors.) 

Challet, Etienne, Bern, assignor of one-fourth to the firm 
Entreprises Electriques Fribourgeoises, Fribourg, Swit- 
zerland. Electric boiling apparatus. 2,341,017 ; Feb. 8. 

Challet, Etienne, Berne, assignor to Enterprises Elec- 
triques Fribourgeoises, Fribourg, Switzerland. Switch 
for electrothermal apparatus. 2.346,730 ; Apr. 18. 

Chains, Thomas P. (See Robinson, H. C, and Challis.) 

Chalmers, Andrew B., Bloomfiekl, N. J. System of iden- 
tification. 2,343,746; Mar. 7. 

Chalupa, George, New York, N. Y. Electric shortening 
dispenser. 2,340,932; Feb. 8. 

Chambart, James J. and J., New York, N. Y. Garment 
construction. 2,344,915 ; Mar. 21. 

Chambart, Josephine. (See Chambart, James J. and J.) 

Chamberlain, George H., Jr., San Jose, Calif. X-ray ma- 
chine. 2.353,145 ; July 11. 

Chamberlain, Harold L., assignor to Electro Manganese 
Corporation, Knoxville, Tenn. Manganese electrowln- 
ning process. 2,339,911 ; Jan. 25. 

Cliamberlain, Joseph B., Kensington, assignor to Balti- 
more Type and Composition Corporation, Baltimore, 
Md. Braille type. 2,347.148; Apr. 18. 

Chamberlain, Joseph W., Zeeland, Mich. Apparatus for 
heating fluids. 2,363,118 ; Nov. 21. 

Chamberlain, Leonard C., assignor to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich. Well treating apparatus- 
2.36.5,052 ; Dec. 12. 

Chamberlin. Benjamin D. (See Sprague, J. A., and 
Chamberlin.) 

Chambei-lin, Merle H., Newburgli, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Nonstaining coated fabric. 2.344.495 : Mar. 21. 

Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Company. (See Glaser, 
J. P., and Willett, assignor.^:.) 

Chambers, Charles P. M. (See Cleland, J., Goldup, and 
Chambers.) 

Chambers Corporation. (See Phares, Thomas E., as- 
signor.) 

Chambers, Edwin G., Towson, R. B. Kling, and 6. A. 
Seeley, Baltimore, Md., assignors to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Article as- 
sembling apparatus. 2,365,803 ; Dec. 26. 

Chambers, James O., Fort Worth, Tex. Bed lift. 
2,351,106 ; June 13. 

Chambers, John E., Shelby ville, Ind. Gas range. 
2,361,011 ; Oct. 24. 

Chambers, Lawrence S., Alhambra, Calif. Evaluating 
flow characteristics of wells. 2,348.192; May 9. 

Chamhersburg Engineering Company. (See Alcorn, 
Robert L,, Jr., assignor.) 

Champagne Paper Corporation. (See Straus, Harry H., 
assignor.) 

Champion, Edwin V. (See Sebo, Joseph, assignor.) 

Champion Foundry and Machine Company. (See Naylor, 
Walter E., assignor.) 

Champion, Leon, Marne, Mich. Tractor. 2,349,141 ; May 
16. 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The. (See Ben- 
nett, Eugene G., assignor.) 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The. (See Blickens- 
derfer, Philip S., assignor.) 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, Tlie. (See Bradner, 
Donald B., assignor.) 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The, (See Munro, 
George C, assignor. 1 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The. (See Mur- 
dnck. Harold R., assignor.) 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The. (See Warner, 
Edgar, assignor.) 

Champion Pecan Machine Company, The. (See Meyer, 
Leo J., assignor.) 

Champion Rivet Company, The. (See Malnar, Francis 
J., assignor.) 



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Champion Spark Plug Company. (See Jeffery, Joseph A., 
assignor.) 

Champion, William J. (See Le%'enhagen, A. J., and 
Champion.) 

ChainplMin Cnmpany, Inc. (See Weiss. Adolph, assignor.) 

Champlln, John B. F., and T. H. Banton, assignors to 
Cattaraugus Cutlery Company, Little Valley, N. Y. 
Hunting knife. 2,350,494; June 6. 

Champiiey, Ralph P., Uearborn, assignor to Mitchell & 
Smith, Incorporated, Detroit, Mich. Making cork in- 
sulation. 2,339,458; Jan. 18. 

Chance, A. B., Company. (See Broadbooks, Byron B., 
assignor.) 

Chance, A. B., Company. (See Cole. Elmer K.. assignor.) 

Chance. A. B., Company. (See Hubbard, David C, as- 
signor.) 

Chance, Britton, Mantoloking, N. J. Automatic steering 
system. 2,340,174 ; Jan. 25. 

Chance, Britton. Mantoloking, N. J. Automatic steering. 
2,340,175 ; Jan. 25. 

Chance, Britton, Mantoloking, N. J. Quadrantal error 
compass corrector. 2.300,330 ; Oct. 17. 

Chancellor, Phlll, Salem, Ohio. Flue top. 2,340,410; 
Feb. 1. 

Chandler, Alfred J. G., London, England. Container de- 
livering articles singly. 2,348,449; May 9. 

CHiandler, Bruce, Waukegan, 111., and H. B. Yuen, Mon- 
treal, Quebec, Canada, assignors to Pfanstiehl Chemical 
Company. Broach and preparing the same. 2,344,024; 
Mar. 14. 

Chandler, Daniel L., Salem, and G. W. Ewing, Peabody, 
assignor to Aresee Company Inc., Salem, Mass. Auto- 
mobile window control. 2,365,454 ; Dec. 19. 

Chandler, Edward F.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Directional gyro- 
scope and follow-up. 2,360,399 ; Oct. 17. 

Chandler-Evans Corporation. (See Chandler, Milton E., 
assignor.) 

Chandler-Evans Corporation. (See Hunt, Scott F., as- 
signor.) 

Chandler, George A., Muncie, Ind. Machine tool. 
2,356,651 ; Aug. 22. 

Chandler, Grace M.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Liquid applicator. 
2.339,767 ; Jan. 25 

Chandler, James D., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. 
Shoe and making same. 2.359,896 ; Oct. 10. 

Chandler, Marshall R., 'Downers Grove, and P. S. Mc- 
Cann, La Grange, 111., assignors to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Conveyer 
system. 2,357,875 ; Sept. 12. 

Chandler, jMiltou E., New Britain, Conn., assignor to 
Chandler-Evans Corporation. Carburetor. 2,361,993; 
Nov. 7. 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Johnson, Law- 
rence R., assignor.) 

Chandler. Virgil L., et al. (See Chandler, Walter R., 
assignor.) 

Chandler. Walter R., assignor of twelve and twenty-five 
one-hundredths per cent to R. L. Burton, twelve and 
twenty-five one-hundredths per cent to V. L. Chandler, 
twelve and twenty-five one-hundredths per cent to 
D. A. Wallace, and twelve and twenty-five one-hun- 
dredthg per cent to W. A. Blackburn, Paducah, Ky. 
Smoke eliminator. 2,342,329 ; Feb. 22. 

Chaney. Franklin V., New York, N. Y., assignor to R. A. 
Chanpy. Savannah, Ga. Washing machine apparatus. 
2. .348.450 : May 9. 

Chaney, Newcomb K., Moylan, Pa., assignor to The United 
Gas Improvement Company. Recovery of valuable hy- 
drocarbons. 2.341,527 ; Feb. 15. 

Cha.ney, Newcomb K., Moylan, Pa., assignor to The 
United Gas Improvement Company. Coated object 
and making the same. 2.345.583 ; Apr. 4. 

Chaney, Newcomb K., Moylan, Pa., assignor to The United 
Gas Improvement Company. Production of valuable 
hydrocarbons. 2,357.315 : Sept. 5. 

Chaney, Preston E. (-See Hedges, C. C, and Chaney.) 

Chaney, R. Ann. (See Chancy, Franklin V., assignor.) 

Change-A-Blade Corporation. (See Cohn, Maurice L., as- 
signor.) 

Chanut, Paul A., assignor to Aris Gloves, Inc., New York, 

N. Y. Glove. 2,356,032 ; Aug. 15. 
Chapal Donner Corporation, The. (See Donner, C. H., 

and Weber, assignors.) 
Chapel. Wilbur R., Barrington, 111. File folder envelope. 

2,345,793 ; Apr. 4. 
Chapin, John, et al.. trustee. (See Abbott, P. D., and 

Graney. assignors.) 
Chaplin, Charles J. (See Chaplin, Merle P., and C. J.) 
Chaplin, Charles J,, South Portland, assignor to Chaplin 

Corporation, Portland, Maine. Molded fiber article. 

2,348,725 ; May 16. 
Chaplin Corporation. (See Chaplin, Charles J., assignor.) 
Chaplin Corporation. (See Chaplin, Merle P., and C. J., 

assignors.) 
Chaplin, Merle P. and C. J., South Portland, assignors to 

Chaplin Corporation, Portland, Maine. Pulp molding 

die. 2,359.201 ; Sept. 26. 
Chapman, Arthur W., Putney, London, England. Device 

for practicing and teaching the correct swinging of 

golf clubs. 2,340,793 ; Feb. 1. 
Chapman, Charles C. (See Hendrix, H. V., and Chap- 
man.) 



Chapman, Charles H., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric translating apparatus. 
2,348,055 ; May 2. 

Chapman, Plavious J., Catawba Sanatorium, Va. Land- 
ing net. 2,354,942 ; Aug. 1. 

Chapman, Fred B\, Wilmington, R. F. Peterson, Belle- 
fonte, Del., and C. A. Woodbury, Media, Pa., assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Process of and apparatus for treating sulphuric 
acid containing dissolved nitro bodies. 2,348,328 ; 
May 9. 

Chapman, Harold L., East Moriches, N. Y. Mattress and 
receptacle ad.1uster. 2,359,510; Oct. 3. 

Chapman, Harry E., Galesburg, 111. Illuminating tele- 
phone dials. 2,365,864 ; Dec. 26. 

Chapman, James E., assignor to The Garrett Corpora- 
tion, Airesearch Manufacturing Company division. Lob 
Angeles, Calif. Oil cooling device. 2,354,364 ; July 25. 

Chapman, ICenneth W. (See Gray, John D., and Chap- 
man.) 

Chapman, Leonard. (See Janacek, C. F., and Chapman.) 

Chapman, Pei'cival W., Norwich, and O. A. Jouret, Moosup, 
assignors to The Lester & Wasley Co., Inc., Norwich, 
Conn. Machine for treating paper. 2,353,994 ; July 
18. 

Chapman, Roy .1., Los Angeles, Calif. Torque testing 
device. 2,342.919 ; Feb. 29. 

Chapman, Thomas S., Houston, Tex., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Drilling fluid. 
2,356,302 ; Aug. 22. 

Chapman, William J., Lake Charles, La. Radio range 
visualizing device. 2,338,703 ; Jan. 11. 

Chappel, Loring H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Ray- 
bestos-Manhattan, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Making friction 
materials. 2,362,450 ; Nov. 14. 

Chappell, Ralph R., Richmond, Va., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Recording system. 
2,348,711 ; May 16. 

Chappell, Ralph R., Richmond, Va., and R. B. Colt, 
Baltimore, Md., assignors to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Automatic fuse setting appara- 
tus. 2,351,743 ; .Tune 20. 

Charch, William H., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Cyclized rubber containing basic amino polymers. 
2,350,385 ; June 6. 

Ch.irland, (Jeorge, Sandpoint, Idaho. Pole incising mech- 
anism. 2.351.401; .lune 13. 

Pharlps. Flyssps G. (Sep Mphl. FrPd ,T., assignor.) 

Charley, Walter G.. La Crescent, Minn., and A. G. Buhr, 
La Crosse, assignors to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Agricultural machine. 
2.3.50,587 ; June 6. 

Charley, Walter G., La Crescent, Minn., assignor to 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Agricultural machine. 2,350,588 ; June 6. 

Charlop, l^lliott. New i'ork, N. i'. Canopy hammock. 
2.353,220; July 11. 

Charlston, Gustave A., Portland, Oreg. Guard for glass 
coffee makers. 2.339,459: .Tan. 18. 

Charlton. William, J. B. Harrison, and R. B. Waters, 
Blackley, Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Synthetic phenolic 
resins. 2,364,192 ; Dec. 5. 

Charmbury, Herbert B., State College, assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., Altoona, Pa. 
D.ve. 2,339,837 ; Jan. 25. 

Charues, James E., assignor to Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Restoring curing bags. 
2,3.39,5.59 ; Jan. 18. 

Charnock, Clement J., Manchester, England. Apparatus 
for joining pieces of yarn. 2,362,801 ; Nov. 14. 

Charnysh. Maurice, Meriden, Conn. Holder for ther- 
mometers. 2,351,107 ; June 13. 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. (See Hallberg, August W., 
assignor.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. (See Reichenbach, Howard P., 
assignor.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Go. Incorporated. (See Crampton, 
D. K., and Burghoff, assignors.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated. (See Hallberg, 
Aneust W., assienor.) 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated. (See Keshian, 
Henry G., assignor.) 

Chase, Edwin R., Sacramento, Calif. Condiment holder. 
2,344,801 ; Mar. 21. 

Chase, George C, South Orange, assignor to Monroe Cal- 
culating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Calculat- 
ing machine. 2,339,616 ; Jan. 18. 

Chase, George' C. South Orange, assignor to Monroe Cal- 
culating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Calculating 
machine. 2,342,529 ; Feb. 22. 

Chase, Leland H., Port Washington, and L. C. Spenard, 
Brooklyn, assignors to Holmes Electric Protective Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Stylus operating means. 
2,351,319; June 13. 

Chase-Shawmut Company, The. (See Taylor, Elmer H., 
assignor.) 

Chase-Shawmut Company, The. (See Wood, Morris B., 
assignor.) 

Chason, Daniel H., assignor to The Singer Manufactur- 
ing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Stand for dress forma 
and the like. 2,341,424 ; Feb. 8. 



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Chason, Daniel H., assignor to The Singer Manufactur- 
ing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing machine bed. 
2,341,975 ; Feb. 15. 

Chasou, Daniel H., Elizabeth, and G. H. Egbert, Union, 
assignors to The Singer Manufacturing Company, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Sewing iiiacliine table. ■2,302,24.3 ; Nov. 7. 

Chaston, Jaclc C, and K. S. G. Pertwee, Harrow, as- 
signors to Johnson, Matthey & Co. Limited, London, 
England. Electrode for sparldng plugs. 2,344,597 ; 
]\Iar. 21 

Chater, John A., Medina, assignor to Niagara Sprayer and 
Chemical Co., Inc., Middleport, N. Y. Dusting machine. 
2,338,096; Jan. 4. 

Charer, John A., Medina, assignor to Niagara Sprayer and 
Cliemical Co., Inc., Middleport, N. Y. Dusting appa- 
ratus. 2,348,205 ; May 9. 

Chatfield, Eranklin. (See Donaldson, E., and Chatfield.) 

Chatterjea, I'lafulla K., and P. M. Brand, London, PJng- 
land, assignors to International Standard Electric Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Broad band high fre- 
quency amplifier. 2,360,475 ; Oct. 17. 

Chazanow, Sydney S., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Treatment of hydrocar- 
bon gases. 2,3.05,147 ; Aug. 8. 

Cheape, John A., Charlottesville, Va. Game. 2,359,355 : 
Oct. 3. 

Cheasley, Gordon L., Westfield, N. J. Automatic heating 
system. 2,353.146 ; July 11. 

Cheatham Electric Switching Device Co. (See Richter- 
kessing, Frank H., assignor.) 

Cheatham Electric Switching Device Co. (See Stolp, 
Samuel S., assignor.) 

Chechak, Jonas J. (See Richardson, E. E., and Chechak.) 

Chechot, Vladimir L.. assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Neutralizing hydrocarbon 
oil. 2,361,455 ; Oct. 31. 

CIiPckmasifT I'lan Inc. (.^pp Shipld. Paris E.. assignor.) 

Cheney, Harry A. (See de Sim6, M., and Cheney.) 

Chernack, Abel E., Eluiwood, Conn. Machine for making 
tubular structures. 2.360.087 ; Dee. 26. 

Cherry, Carl W., Carmel, and A. S. Mullgardt, Altadena, 
Calif. ; said Mullgardt assignor to said Cherry. Rivet 
making apparatus. 2,304,693 ; Dec. 12. 

Chester County Musliroom Laboratories. (See Rettew, 
Granville R., assignor.) 

Chester Lace Mills. (See Schuler, Adam F., assignor.) 

Chestnut, William W., Yazoo City, Miss. Spring tire. 
2,338,999. Jan. 11. 

Cheston, Arthur S., et al. (See Corber, Frederick H., 
assignor.) 

Cheston, Basil, et al. (See Corber, Frederick H., as- 
signor.) 

Chedister, Conkling, Livingston, N. J. Testing device. 
2.341,312 ; Feb. 8. 

Chedister. Conkling, Livingston, N. J. Sound recording. 
2,346.905; Apr. 18. 

Chedister, Conkling, Livingston, N. J. Continuous motion 
picture projector. 2,341,313 ; Feb. 8. 

Cheek, John E., Pampa, Tex. Floating wing for excavat- 
ing implements. 2,357,999 ; Sept. 12. 

Cheely, Beulan E., and C. R. Griffith, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Swing pan spreader. 2,348.056 : May 2. 

Cheeseman, Albert R., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cut- 
out for elpcrric irons. 2,354,575 ; July 25. 

Cheesman, Richard D., assignor to Traylor Engineering 
and Manufacturing Company, Allpntown, Pa. Rotary 
water-cooled tulie cooler. 2.362.539; Nov. 14. 

Cheetham, Harold C, Philadelphia, and R. J. Myers, 
Elkins Park, assignors to The Resinous Products & 
Chemical Comnany. Philadelphia. Pa. Removing acidic 
constituents from fluids. 2,341,907 ; Feb. 15. 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Booth, R. B., 
and Webb, assignors.) 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Titlestad, N.. 
and Allen, assignors.) 

Chemical Developments Corporation. (See Drummond, 
F. E., and Waldie, assignors.) 

Chemical Developments Corporation. (See Stahly, G. L., 
and Carlson, assignors.) 

Chemical Developments Corporation. (See Waldie, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Chemical Developments Corporation. (See Waldie, W. A., 
and Bersuder, assignors.) 

Chemical Enterprises, Inc. (See Hahne, Frederick E., 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation. Incorporated, The. (See Christen- 
sen. Leo M., assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The. (See Hixson, 
A. W., and Miller, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The. (See Reeves, 
Richard E., assignor.) 

Chemre rori)nration. (See Ostrom. Gustaf E.. assignor.) 

Chenault, Oolbv B., Oklahoma City, Okla. Male urinal. 
2.358,850 : Sept. 26. 

Chenault, Roy L.. Oakmont, assignor to Gulf Research & 
Development Companv, Pittsburgh, Pa. Oil well pump 
and the like. 2.349.649 ; May 23. 

Chenault, Roy L., Oil City, assignor to Gulf Research & 
Development Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Oil well pump 
and the like. 2,356,504 ; Aug. 22. 

Chenette, Joseph C, Flat Rock, Mich. Portable hand 
truck. 2,342,178; Feb. 22. 

Chenette, Joseph C, Flat Rock, Mich. Lifting and port- 
able moving iron. 2,345,381 ; Mar. 28. 



Manu- 
gears. 



Cheney, Charles W., Soho, Birmingham, England, 
facture of band clips having closing worm 
2,346,906 ; Apr. 18. 

Cheney, Harold W. (See Dalzell. C. B., and Cheney.) 

Cheney, Harold W., Little Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Cherry-Burrell . Corporation, Chicago, 111. Removable 
sanitary pipe coupling. 2,353,012 ; July 4. 

Cheney, Harry A. (.-iee de Simo, M., and Cheney.) 

Cheney, Harry A., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Isomerizing hy- 
drocarbons. 2,342.073 ; Feb. 15. 

Cheney Weeder Company. (See White, Burden W., as- 
signor.) 

Cheney Weeder Company. (See Miller, Oscar E., as- 
signor.) 

Chenicek, Joseph A., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Cliicago, 111. Suppression of metal catalysis. 

2.346.062 ; Apr. 18. 

Chenicek, Joseph A., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Cliicago, 111. Suppression of metal catalysis. 

2.340.063 ; Apr. 18. 

Chenicek, Joseph A., Riverside, assignor to Univeisal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Alkylation process. 
2,300,.">47 ; Oct. 17. 

Chenu, George, et al., trustees. (See Ross, Talbert C, 
assignor.) 

Chernack, Abel E., Elmwood, Conn. Collapsible tubing. 
2,340,794 ; Feb. 1. 

Chernack, Abel E., New York, N. Y. Machine for maldng 
tubular structures. 2,343,747 ; INIar. 7. 

Cherney, JMicliael, New York, N. Y. Decimal point in- 
dicating mechanism for slide rule computations. 
2,303,642 ; Nov. 28. 

Chernotv, Michael, New York, N. 
2,351,925 ; June 20. 

Chernow, Michael, New York, N. Y. 
Aug. 1. 

Cherry, Andrew J., assignor to Economy Screw Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Self-locking screw or bolt. 
2,300,826 : Oct. 24. 



Y. 



clip. 



Jewelry 

Jewelry. 2,354,984 ; 



(See Boileau, Arthur H., 
(See Campbell, Willard S., 

(See Cheney, Harold W., 

(See Dalzell, C. B., and 
(See Stewart, G. E., Trier, 
(See Trier, C. L., and Fogg, 
(See Weinreich, C. F., and 

Calif. Riveting device. 
Riveting apparatus. 



Cherry-Burrell Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation. 

Cheney, assignors.) 
Cherry-ljurrell Corporation. 

and Fielder, assignor.) 
Cherry Burrel Corporation. 

assignors.) 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation. 

Lippold, assignors.) 
Cherrv, Carl W., Carmel, 

2.343.278 ; Mar. 7. 
Cherry, Carl W., Carmel, Calif. 

2.344.127 ; Mar. 14. 
Cherry, Carl W., Carmel, and A. S. Mullgardt, Altadena, 

Calif. ; said Mullgardt assignor to said Cherry. Rivet. 

2.344.128 ; Mar. 14. 

Cherry, George L., Western Springs, J. R. Johnson, Chi- 
cago, and W. J. Scott, Hinsdale, 111., assignors to West- 
ern Electric Companv, Incorporated, New York, N. Y, 
Jlolding press. 2,362,048 : Nov. 7. 

Cherry, Inez, et a.l (See Selby, Dwight E., assignor.) 

Clierry, Sidney J. (See ICnochel. W. J., and (Mierry.) 

Chorvcnka, George R. (See Albach, F., and Chervenka.) 

Chesny, Heinz H. (See Elkington, F., and Chesny.) 

Chesser, PYed B., Bessemer, Ala. Snuff dipper. 
2,348.057 ; May 2. 

Clievigny, Georges P., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electron dis- 
charge tube structure. 2.345,794 : Apr. 4. 

Chevigny, Paul G. New York, N. Y., assignor to Fed- 
eral Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. 3. 
High-frequency vacuum tube oscillator. 2,351,744 ; 
June 20. 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowlea 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Reserve shuttle control 
for shuttle changing looms. 2,352,770 ; July 4. 

Choyney, La Verne E., assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron, Ohio. Curing polyvinyl butyral. 2,340,259 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Cliibnall, Albert C, Totnes, Devon, and K. Bailey, Cam- 
bridge, assignors to said Chibnall and W. T. Astbury, 
Leeds, England. Production of filamentary materials. 
2,358,383 ; Sept. 19. 

Chibnik, Elhanan S., Brooklyn, assignor to Eastern Trad- 
ing Company, New York. N. Y. Method and device 
for waving hair. 2,345,459 ; Mar. 28. 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. (See Bailey, Otterbein 
A., assignor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. (See Heineman, Arnold 
H., assignor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. (See Horton, George 
T., assignor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, 
assignor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. 
N., assignor.) 

Chicago By-Products Corporation. 
E., assignor.) 



(See Larson, Donald E., 
(See Lebedeff, Michael 
(See Benesh, Matthew 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



97 



Chicago By-Products Corporation. (See Guthrie, K. G., 
and Wilbor, assignors.) 

Chicago By-Products Corporation. (See Wilbor, O. J., 
and Blisialv, assignors.) 

Chicago Cardboard Company. (See Zienimerman, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Smith, Milton A., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Turek, John G., assignor.) 

Chicago Development Company. (See Ambrose, Paul M., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Development Company. (See Dean, Reginald S., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Development Company. (See Dean, R. S., and 
Anderson, assignors.) 

Chicago Development Company. (See Moss, Crcsap M., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Gough, 
.Tames 3.. a.'^signor. ) 

Chicago Eye Shield Company. (See Malcom, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Anderson, Roy J., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Bartlett, E. S., 
and Eldrldge, assignors.) 

Chicago li'lexible Shaft Company. (See Horrer, Otto, as- 
signor. ) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Jepson, Ivar, as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Jepson, I., and 
Bylund, assignors.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Jepson, I., Kocl, 
and Bylund, assignors.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Molnar, Charles 
L., assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Purpura, August 
C, assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Storm, Herbert 
F.. assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Wright, H. C, and 
Jepson, assignors.) 

Chicago Forging & Manufacturing Company. (See Howe, 
Earl, assignor.) 

Chicago Forging & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Hynes, Dibrell P., assignor.) 

Chicago Forging & Manufacturing Company. (See Krause, 
Walter H.. assignor.) 

Chicago Metal Hose Corporation. (See Fentress, David 
W., assignor.) 

Chicago Metal Hose Corporation. (See Fentress, D. W., 
and Hughes, assignors.) 

Chicago Metal JIfg. Co. (See Hauf, G. F., and Pre- 
torius, assignors.) 

Chicago Metallic Manufacturing Company. (See Langel, 
Adrien L., as.signor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Amtsberg, Les- 
ter A., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Fischer, Hovrard 
R., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Fischer, H. R., 
and Roberts, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Fischer, H. R., 
and Stevens, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Maginniss, H. 
J., and Amtsberg, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Meunier, L. F., 
and Funk, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Miller, E. L., 
and Brown, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See O'Farrell, Mat- 
thew, assignor.) . 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Rhoads, R. D., 
and Nash, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Stevens, Ed- 
ward W., assignor.) 

Chicago Printed String Co. (See Christ, Adolph G., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Adas, 
Thomas Tj., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Busse, Edwin 
G., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Ellis, Ed- 
ward J., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Kadar, 
Louis, assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Spaeth, 
Irvin J., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Van Swer- 
ingen, Harry M., assignor.) 

Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company. (See Krug, 
IjOuis a., assignor.) 

Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company. (See Northup, 
Harry L., assignor.) 

Chicago & Southern Airlines, Inc. (See Anderson, Rol- 
land L.. assignor.) 

Chicago Telephone Supply Company. (See Schellenger, 
N. C., and Budd, assignors.) 

Chilcsan Tool Company. (See Phillips, Dwight M., as- 
signor.) 

Child, Cyril L., R. B. F. F. Clarke, and B. J. Habgood, 
Blackley, Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Composition for use as 
adhesive. 2,340,452 ; Feb. 1. 

Child, Larhlan W. (See Muller, P. A., and Child.) 

590205— P— 7 



Children's Hospital, The. (See Sabln, A. B., and Warren, 
assignors.) 

Childs, Henry R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Electrostatic spin- 
ning. 2,338,570; Jan. 4. 

Childs, William L., Houston, Tex., J. F. Shaw, Los An- 
geles, Calif., and W. B. Noble, assignors to Reed Roller 
Bit Company, Houston, Tex. Rock bit. 2,351,320 ; 
July 13. 

Chiles, John H., Jr., Sharon, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Automatic short circuiting device. 2,345,584 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Chill-Quick Corporation. (See Daun, Carl L., assignor.) 

Chillson, Charles W., Packanack Lake, N. J., assignor to 
Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Propeller reversing pitch 
control. 2,346,007 ; Apr. 4. 

Chilowsky, Constantin, New York, N. Y'. Method and 
apparatus for the detection of submarines by airplanes. 
2,301,177 ; Oct. 24. 

Chilton, Allan, Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Connecting rod lubrication. 
2,342,036 ; Feb. 15. 

Chilton, Forrest S., Pompton Plains, N. J. Fodder 
treating means. 2,347,664; May 2. 

Chilton, Forrest S., Pompton Plains, N. J. Fodder treat- 
ing method. 2,348,183 ; May 2. 

Chilton, B^rrest S., Pompton Plains, N. J. Forage dry- 
ing method. 2,350,096 ; May 30. 

Chilton, Roland, Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to \Wight 
Aeronautical Corporation. Change - speed gear. 
2,357,502 ; Sept. 5. 

Chilton, William D., Royal Oak, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Material handling de- 
vice. 2,340,933 ; Feb. 8. 

Chinzi, Charles. {See Mathews, C, and Chinzi.) 

Chirgwin, Fredericlt H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
B. F. Sturtevant Company, Boston, Mass. Air nozzle. 
2,347,149 ; Apr. 18. 

Chisholm, Harry L., Jr. (See Magrum, G. M., and 
Chisholm.) 

Chisholm, Harry L., Jr. (See Magrum, G. M., Chisholm, 
Jr., and Hodge.) 

Chisholm, Harry L., Jr., Buffalo, N. Y. Oil cooler con- 
trolling structure. 2,353,610; .Tuly 11. 

Chisholm, Harry L., Jr., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to 
Houdaille-Hprshey Corisoration, Detroit, Mich. Oil 
cooler controlling structure. 2,353,546 ; July 11. 

Chisholm-Ryder Company. (See De Back, William, as- 
signor.) 

Chltl, Aroldo, Turin, Italy ; vested in the Alien Property 
Custodian. Vehicle lamp. 2,338,901 ; Jan. 11. 

Chitwood, Henry C, Charleston, \V. Va., assignor to 
Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Making 
piperazine compounds. 2.345.236: Mar. 28. 

Chitwood, Henry C, Charleston, W. Va., assignor to 
Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Substi- 
tuted dioxanes. 2,361,456; Oct. 31. 

Chitwood, Henry C, Charleston, and R. W. McNamee, 
South Charleston, W. Va., assignors to Carbide and 
Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Piperazino-piperazines. 
2,345,237 ; Mar. 28. 

Choate, Roy E., and E. W. Austin, assignor to La Plant- 
Choate Manufacturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. Excavator. 2,347,882 ; May 2. 

Chojnowski, Francis J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
John Gable Manufacturing Company. Automatic pho- 
nograph control. 2,362,244 ; Nov. 7. 

Cholewa, Max, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Transformer. 

2,341,903; Feb. 15. 

Chollar, Robert G., assignor to The National Cash Reg- 
ister Company, Dayton, Ohio. Porous resilient print- 
ing plate. 2,349,613 ; May 23. 

Chollar, Robert G., assignor to The National Cash Register 
Company. Dayton, Ohio. Making resilient porous prod- 
ucts. 2,353,877 ; July 18. 

Chollar, Robert G., assignor to The National Cash Regis- 
ter Company, Dayton, Ohio. Mold manufacture. 
2,356,380 ; Aug. 22. 

Chollar, Robert G., assignor to The National Cash Regis- 
ter Company, Dayton, Ohio. Ink roll structure. 
2,358,851; Sept. 26. 

Chomette, Andr6, Neuilly-sur-Seine, and R. Thiollet, 
Paris, France ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. 
Manufacturing products from rubber and products ob- 
tained through said method. 2,356,564 ; Aug. 22. 

Chorpenning, Homer O., Akron, Ohio. Combined window 
and blind construction. 2.340,411 ; Feb. 1. 

Chouinard, Alfred F. (See Mott, C, and Chouinard.) 

Chouinard, Alfred F. (See Jlott, C, Chouinard, and 
Harding.) 

Chouinard, Alfred F., Chicago, and L. A. Bordeaux, Lin- 
colnwood, assignors to National Cylinder Gas Company, 
Chicago, 111. Torch cutting machine. 2,356,215 ; Aug. 
22. 

Chouings, Leslie C, assignor to Automotive Products 
Company Limited, Leamington Spa, England. Liquid 
pressure actuated pump. 2,356.917 ; Aug. 29. 

Chow, Bacon F. (See van Dyke, H. B., Chow, and 
Creep.) 

Chow, Bacon F. (See van Dyke, H. B., Greep, and Chow.) 

Chown, Samuel R. (See Molins, D. W., Ruau, and Chown.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Chrisman, Horace, Edgewood, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Equitable Meter Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Grooming 
kit. 2.338,836 ; Jan. 11. 

Christ, Adolph G., assignor to Chicago Printed String Co., 
Chicago, 111. Composite ribbon. 2,344,457 ; Blar. 14. 

Christaldi, Peter S., Wood-Ridge, assignor to Allen H. 
DuMont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Cathode- 
ray ignition analyzer. 2,355,363 ; Aug. 8. 

Christaldi, Peter S., Upper Montclair, A. Steadman, Nut- 
ley, and D. T. Wilber, Clifton, assignors to Allen 
B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Making 
lasting records. 2. 345.. 549 : Mar. 28. 

Christen, Fritz, Zurich-Altstetten, Switzerland, assignor 
to Wander Company, Chicago, 111. Magnesium alloy. 
2,340,795 ; Feb. 1. 

Chrjstensen. Carl J., Flushing, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Switching device. 2,347,733 ; May 2. 

Chrlstensen, Carl J., Summit, and H. Christensen, Spring- 
field, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Forming resistors and 
the like. 2,358,211 ; Sept. 12. 

Christensen, Christian. (See Christensen, Geneva B. 
and C.) 

Chri.stensen, Edwin R., Salt Lake City, and G. L. Burr, 
Provo, Utah, assignors to Remington Arms Company, 
Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Firearms implement. 2,359,897 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Christensen, Geneva B. and C, New Rochelle, N. Y. In- 
ternal reflection lighting means. 2,347,665 ; May 2. 

Christensen, Henry M., Copenhagen, Denmark ; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Sterilization of organic 
substances. 2,356,505 ; Aug. 22. 

Christensen, Howard. (See Christensen, Carl J. and H.) 

Christensen, James, Englewood, Colo. Cigarette holder. 
2,356.971 ; Aug. 29. 

Christensen, Jens P., Darrington, Wash. Calf feeder. 
2,350,215 ; May 30. 

Christiansen, John, Berwick, Pa., assignor to American 
Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Welded 
bolster center filler. 2,363,397 ; Nov. 21. 

Christensen, KaJ S., Norwalk, assignor to Automatic Sig- 
nal Corporation, East Norwalk, Conn. Cyclic circuit 
controller. 2,339,149 ; Jan. 11. 

Christensen, Leo M.. Moscow, Idaho, assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New I'ork, N. Y.j» Saccharifying 
starchy materials. 2,342,330 ; Feb. 22. 

Christensen, Leo M., Moscow, Idaho, assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Fermentative 
production of 2,3-butylene glycol. 2,344,025 ; Mar. 14. 

Christensen, Leo M., Moscow, Idaho, assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Producing 
alcohol. 2.348.451 : l\Tay 9. 

Christensen, Leo M., Moscow, Idaho, assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Promoting 
mold growth. 2,352,168 ; June 27. 

Christensen, Leo M., Moscow, Idaho, assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Retarding the 
decomposition of unfermented matter during fermenta- 
tion. 2,356,381 ; Aug. 22. 

Christensen, Leo M., Moscow, Idalio, assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Producing 
butylene glycol. 2,358,212 ; Sept. 12. 

Christensen, Leo M., Atchison, Kans., assignor to The 
Chemical Foundation, Incorporated. Treatment of dis- 
tillery residues. 2.345.238 ; Mar. 28. 

Christensen, Leo M., Miller, assignor of one-third to F. L. 
Robinson, Kearney, Nebr., and one-third to J. L. Led- 
better, Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y. Fermentation process for 
production of ethano. 2,356,218 ; Aug. 22. 

Christensen, Leo M., Miller, Nebr., assignor to National 
Agrol Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Increasing the 
diastase content of materials. 2,359,356 ; Oct. 3. 

Christensen, Leo M., Miller, assignor of one-third to F. 
L. Robinson, Kearney. Nebr., and one-third to J. L. 
Ledbetter, Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y. Fermentation process 
for production of ethanol. 2,362,451 ; Nov. 14. 

Christensen Machine Company, The. (See Belluche, 
Frank R., assignor.) 

Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treatment 
of zinc carbonate ores. 2.363.572 ; Nov. 28. 

Christensen, ■ Norman V., assignor to Union Special Ma- 
chine Company, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 
2,360,048 ; Oct. 10. 

Christensen, Norman V., Cliicago, G. Sauer, Berwyn, and 
N. Wallenberg, assignors to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 2,363,774 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Christensen, Olaf. (See Oftcdal, P. R., and Christensen.) 

Christensen, Paul M., Newington, assignor to Colt's Patent 
Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Thermal relay unit. 2,343,862 ; Mar. 14. 

Christensen, Paul M., Newington, assignor to Colt's Pat- 
ent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Hartford, 
Conn. Thermal circuit breaker. 2,352,517 : June 27. 

Christensen, Paul M., Newington, assignor to Colt's Pat- 
ent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Hartford, 
Conn. Contact construction. 2,354,501 ; July 25. 

Christensen. Paul M., Newington, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Federal Electric Products Com- 
pany, Inc., Newark, N. J. Hinge construction for boxes. 
2,359,621 ; Oct. 3. 



Christensen, Paul M., Newington, and R. P. Ballou, West 
Hartford, assignors to Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manu- 
facturing Company, Hartford, Conn. Motor starter. 
2,347,934 ; May 2. 

Christensen, Gust J. (See Larson, B. E., and Christen- 
sen.) 

Christensen, Gust J., assignor to Locomotive Firebox Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Locomotive boiler firebox. 

2.356.216 ; Aug. 22. 

Christensen, Gust J., assignor to Locomotive Firebox 
Company, Chicago, 111. Locomotive front end. 

2.356.217 ; Aug. 22. 

Christensen, Harry N., assignor to Racine Screw Works, 
Racine, Wis. Drill jig. 2,349,142 ; May 16. 

Christian, David A., Batlcy, assignor to Siemens Brothers 
& Co. Limited, London, England. Telephone or like 
impulsing system. 2,358,145 ; Sept. 12. 

Christian, David A., and B. A. Hensler, London, as- 
signors to Siemens Brothers & Co. Limited, Westmin- 
ster, London, England. Telephone system. 2,339,376 ; 
.Tan. 18. 

Christian, David A., and D. L. Clay, London, assignors 
to Siemens Brothers & Co. Limited, W^estminster, Lon- 
don, England. Telephone or like system. 2,350,589 ; 
June 6. 

Christiani, August P., Red Lodge, Mont. Venetian blind. 
2,365,248 ; Dec. 19. 

Christiansen, Aage, Russhov, near Aarhus, Denmark ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Purification 
of phosphatides. 2,356,382 ; Aug. 22. 

Christiansen, Andrew L., Willowbrook, Calif. Fish be- 
heading machine. 2,3.55,509 ; Aug. 8. 

Christiansen, Christian, St. Cloud, Minn. Root harvest- 
ing machine. 2,357,810 ; Sept. 12. 

Christiansen, Milton J. (See Beaulieu, E. J., and ChriSr 
tiansen.) 

Christiansen, Oscar, as trustee. (See Conradson, Conrad 
M., assignor.) 

Christie, Alfred, Washington Grove, Md., assignor to 
Claude R. Wickard, as Secretary of Agriculture of the 
United States of America, and his successors in office. 
Hieh-frequpncy desiccator. 2.360,108 ; Oct. 10. 

Christman, Clarence C. (See Major, R. T., Christman, 
and Folkers.) 

Christman, John M., Detroit, Mich. Eyeglasses. 
2,350,386 ; June 6. 

Christman, John M., assignor to Packard Motor Car 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for crowning gear 
teeth. 2,364,947 ; Dec. 12. 

Christman, Peter J., assignor to Paper Converting Ma- 
chine Co., Inc., Green Bay, Wis. Rewinding machine. 

2.361.264 : Oct. 24. 

Christman, Peter J., assignor to Paper Converting Ma- 
chine Co., Inc., Green Bay, Wis. Rewinding machine. 

2.361.265 ; Oct. 24. 

Christmann, John L., Passaic, N. J. Integrator. 
2,365,937 ; Dec. 26. 

Christmann, Ludwig J., Yonkers, N. Y., D. W. Jayne, Jr., 
Old Greenwich, and S. E. Erickson, Springdale, Conn., 
assignors to American Cyanaraid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Froth flotation of acidic minerals. 2,356,821 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Christmann, Ludwig J., Yonkers, N. Y., D. W. Jayne, Jr., 
Old Greenwich, Conn., and S. E. Erickson, Calumet, 
Minn., assignors to American Cvanamid Companv, New 
York, N. Y. Mineral concentration. 2,364,272 ; Dec. 5. 

Christofel, Donald L., East Cleveland, assignor to The 
Gabriel Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Shock absorber. 
2,351,662 ; June 20, 

Christoltersen, Christoffer, Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor 
to GiWbs & Cox, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cargo 
handling device. 2,354,182 ; July 25. 

Christopher, Edward F., assignor to Industrial Patents 
Corporation. Chicago, 111. Skins and dehairing. 
2,346,907 ; Apr. 18. 

Christopher, Edward F., assignor to Industrial Patents 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Dehairing skins. 2,353,878 ; 
July 18. 

Christopher, George P., assignor to L. S. Christopher, 
Seattle, Wash. Utensil lid. 2,348,452 ; May 9. 

Christopher, Lillian S. (See Christopher, George P., as- 
signor.) 

Christy. Elmer W., and W. S. Dickson, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mechanical movement. 2,339,978 ; Jan. 25. 

Chromogen, Incorporated. (See GfispSr, B61a, assignor.) 

Chromogen, Incorporated. (See Jaff6, Fritz, assignor.) 

Chromogen, Incorporated. (See Michaelis, W^alter, as- 
signor.) 

Chromy, Ben J. (See Brown, Lloyd, assignor.) 
Chronotype Corporation. (See Cooney, Peter A., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Ackerman, Paul C, as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Bailey, Edgar L., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Baird, Donald A., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Baker, I. C, and Gonzalez, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Ball, Thomas M., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Blay, H. P., and Thannhauser, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation et al. (See Boyce, L. D., and 

(McKechnie, assignor).) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Breer, C, and Ackerman, 
assignors.) 



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Chrysler Corporation. (See Calkins, William G., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Caton, Joseph D., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Cousino, Walter P., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Dickson, John B., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Dunn, William T., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Eddins, Daniel S., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Fishburn, Otto E.,' assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Gllfillan, Henry W., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See GilflUan, H. W., and Bailey, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Hansen, Wray C, assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Herreshoff, A. G., and Lamb, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Huebner, G. J., Jr., and 

Pennington, assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Hunt, J. H., and Woolson, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See lavelli, Teno, assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Jackson, Clifford C, as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Keller, Kaufman T., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger E., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Livar, Allen P., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Loofbourrow, Alan G., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Matulaitis, Victor E., as- 
signor.) 
Clirysler Corporation. (See Maurer, Edwin R., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See McKechnie, Ian C, assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Mulhern, William A., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Neracher, Carl A., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Neracher, C. A., Dunn, 

Syrovy, and Schotz, assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Patterson, Herbert P., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Pennington, Gordon R., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Ross, Albert W., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Saunders, S. G., and Morri- 
son, assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Slack, Frederick W., as 

signor. ) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Smith, Caude H., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Steensen, Bernard, assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Syrovy, A. J., Dunn, and 

Schotz, assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Thomas, Ulysses L., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Tyken, J. G., and Oestman, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Voorhees, H. R., and Simons, 

assignors.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Wallace, David A., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Webb, Edmond P., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Wcrdehoff, Albert B., as- 
signor.) 
Clirysler Corporation. (See Williams, Burdell S., as- 
signor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Wyld, Reginald G., assignor.) 
Chrysler Corporation. (See Zeeb. Elmer G., assignor.) 
Chubb, Leroy B., Williamsport, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Aviation Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Manufacture of propeller blades. 2,354,198 ; 
July 25. 
Chubb, Lewis W., Jr., trustee. (See Smith, Robert A., 

assignor. ) 
Chubb, Lewis W., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Remote indicator. 2,359,085 ; Sept. 26. 
Chubbuck, Horace A. (See Miller, L., and Chubbuck.) 
Chubbuck, Horace A., assignor to Ford Motor Company, 
Dearborn, Mich. Electrical apparatus. 2,356,972 ; 
Aug. 29. 
Church, Eric H., assignor to Benjamin Electric Mfg. 
Company, Des Plaines, 111. Electric horn. 2,352,602 ; 
July 4. 
Church, Franklin O., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Spring cushion construc- 
tion. 2,342,388 ; Feb. 22. 
Church, Fianklin O., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Respirator. 2,360,476 : 
Oct. 17. 
Church, Joseph H. (See Landen, W. J., Church, and 

Thibodeau.) 
Church, Joseph H., Austin, Minn. Range finder. 

2,343,279 ; Mar. 7. 
Church, Joseph H., Austin, Minn. Rotating band. 

2,353,693 ; July 18. 
Church, Joseph H., Austin, Minn., and G. J. Kessenich, 

Madison, Wis. Fuse. 2,344,968; Mar. 28. 
Church, Joseph H., U. S. Army, Austin, Minn., and E. A. 
Ruestow, D. S. Army, Cleveland, Ohio. Protecting 
against attacking aircraft. 2,354,665 ; Aug. 1. 
Church, Joseph H., Austin, Minn., and W. E. Thibodeau. 

Cleveland, Ohio. Projectile. 2,359,301 ; Oct. 3. 
Church, Joseph H., Austin, Minn., and G. J. Kessenich, 

Madison. Wis. Fuse. 2,362,987 : Nov. 21. 
Church, Walter L.. Houston. Tex. Wall scraper and well 
logging tool. 2,344,598 ; Mar. 21. 



Church, Walter L., Houston, Tex. Well pump. 2,348,959 ; 
May 16. 

Church, Walter L., Houston, Tex. Well pump. 2,364,600 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Church, Walter L., assignor of one-half to C. Ware. 
Houston, Tex. Packer assembly. 2,352,423 ; June 27. 

Churchill, David C, Berea, Ky. Shuttle drive mechanism 
for looms. 2,360,050 ; Oct. 10. 

Churchill, George R., Hingham, Mass. Buffing wheel. 
2,350,216 ; May 30. 

Churchill. Leonard R., Bayonne, N. J., J. E. Schott, New 
York, N. Y., and S. P. Waugh, Bayonne, N. J., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, of three-fourths to Tide Water 
Associated Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Chlorinating 
mineral oil. 2,365,053 ; Dec. 12. 

Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to TJnited-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Sheet metal 
fabric clip. 2,345,325 ; Mar. 28. 

Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Reinforced 
fastener socket member. 2,345,326 ; Mar. 28. 

Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener se- 
cured installation and fastener therefor. 2,360,647 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Churchward, Jack, assignor of one-half to M. A. Farn- 
ham, and one-half to M. S. Churchward, New Haven. 
Conn. Handle assembly for electrical devices. 
2,357,457 ; Sept. 5. 

Churchward, Martha S., et al. (See Churchward, Jack, 
assignor.) 

Churchward, Martha S., et al. (See Gosch, Winkler C, 
assignor.) 

Chute, Stanley J., Ridgewood, N. J., and H. F. Buschow, 
Flushing, assignors to The M. W. Kellogg Co., New 
York, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 2,349,143 ; May 16. 

Chwala, August, Vienna, Germany ; vested in the Allen 
Property Custodian. Glucosidic compounds and mak- 
ing them. 2,356,565 ; Aug. 22. 

Chwalow, Morton L. E., Pliiladelphia, Pa. Sighting de- 
vice. 2,358,316 ; Sept. 19. 

Chyle, John J., Wauwatosa, assignor to A. O. Smith Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Arc welding. 2,340,796 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Chyle, John J., Wauwatosa, assignor to A. O. Smith Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Electric arc welding. 
2,356.822 ; Aug. 29. 

Ciabattari, Emil J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Yeomans. 
Brothers Company. Control of duplex pneumatic sew- 
age ejectors. 2.362,802 ; Nov. 14. 

Ciarlone, Joseph, Fitchburg, Jlass. Shears. 2,353,294 ; 
July 11. 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See Hart- 
mann, M., and Schlittler, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products Incorporated. (See Hoff- 
mann, K., and Panizzon, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See 
Miescher, Karl, assignor.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See 
Miescher, K., Fischer, and Heer, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See 
Miescher, K., and Heer, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See 
Miescher, K., and Scholz, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See 
Miescher, K., and Wettstein, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products Incorporated. (See 
Reichstein, Tadeus, and Frey, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See Ru- 
zicka. Leopold, assignor.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See 
Ruzicka, L., and Goldberg, assignors.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated. (See Ru- 
zicka, L., and Reichstein, assignors.) 

Ciba Products Corporation. (See Landolt, A., and Ruperti, 
assignors.) 

Ciba Products Corporation. (See Widmer, G., and 
Flsch, assignors.) 

Ciceske, Harry J., Plum Township, Allegheny County, Pa. 
Mortar spreader. 2,341,691 ; Feb. 15. 

Cidonio, Anthony I., San Bruno, assignor to Schor Manu- 
facturing Co., San Francisco, Calif. Making water- 
proof strands. 2,357,503 ; Sept. 5. 

Clell, August C, Philadelphia, Pa. Abrasive wheel and 
making it. 2,342,121 ; Feb. 22. 

Ciesa, Giovanni, and A. O. Hoenke, Chicago, S. Kopas, Jr., 
Homewood, and W. G. Shapkauski, assignors to Pull- 
man-Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Jig. 2,342,179 ; Feb. 22. 

Cinch Manufacturing Corporation. (See Del Camp, 
Scipione M., assignor.) 

Cinch Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hannlgan, Em- 
met E., assignor.) 

Cinch Manufacturing Corporation. (See MacPadden, 
Wilford C, assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company, The. (See Schauer, 
Lawrence L., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Grinders Incorporated. (See Haas, P. S., 
Graves, and Janke, assignors.) 

Cincinnati Industries, Inc. (See Rowe, William W., as- 
signor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Averill, W. D., 
and Hamelberg, assignora.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Blood, L. H., 
and Ernst, assignors.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Declier, Jacob, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Hassman, 
Fred A., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Hoier, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Martellotti, 
Mario E., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The. (See Nenninger, 
L. F., Vancil, and Hassman, assignors.) 

Cincinnati Planer Company, The. (See Daugherty, Jesse, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Shaper Company, The. (See Hazelton, M. W., 
and Diserens, assignors.) 

Cinnamon Bun Machine Co. (See Grimm, W. C, and 
Linneman, assignor.) 

Cintron, Ezequiel B., New York, N. T. Lady's heel. 
2,341,209 ; Feb. 8. 

Cintron, Ezequiel B., New York, N. Y. Shoe heel. 
2,360,9.36 ; Oct. 24. 

Cislak, Francis E., and W. R. ^^^leeler, assignors to Reilly 
Tar & Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Puri- 
fying 3-plcoline. 2,338,571 ; Jan. 4. 

Cissell, William M., near Louisville, Ky. Apparatus for 
spotting fabric materials. 2,346,821 ; Apr. 18. 

Cissell, William M., St. Matthews, near Louisville, Ivy. 
Spotting hoard. 2,360,331 : Oct. 17. 

Cissell, William M., St. Matthews, near Louisville, Ky. 
Electric pressing iron. 2,365,332 ; Dec. 19. 

Cisski, Irving, Schiller Park, assignor to General Scien- 
tific Corporation, Chicago, 111. Making focusing lens 
mounts. 2,346,291 ; Feb. 11. 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Brandt, David G., as- 
signor.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Brandt, D. G., and 
Wynn, assignors.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See De Villiers, Truman 
E., assignor.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Engelke, Ernest P., 
assignor. ) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Forney, William E., 
assignor.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Kaplan, William, as- 
signor.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Lembcke, Richard E., 
assignor.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Miller, Benjamin, as- 
signor. ) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Morgan, John D., 
assignor.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Morgan, J. D., and 
Anderson, assignors.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Morgan, J. D., and 
Lang, assignors.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Morgan, J. D., and 
Lowe, assignors.) 

Cities Service Oil Company. (See Workman, Arnold E., 
assignor.) 

Cite, Camillo, Uccle-Brussels, Belgium ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Welding rod or electrode. 
2,350,387; June 6. 

Citrus liocesses. Inc. (See Lissauer, A. W., and Credo, 
assignors.) 

City National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago. (See 
Baiir. H. J., and Kulo. assignors.) 

Claborn, Houston V., Arlington, Va., dedicated to the free 
use of the people in the territory of the United States. 
Esters of acetyllactyllactic acid and making same. 
2,350,388; June 6. 

Clack, Basil N., Wembley, and C. E. Ransley, Sudbury, 
England, assignors to General Electric Company. Elec- 
trode for dlsctiarge devices. 2,338,837 ; Jan. 11. 

Clade, Robert, Detroit, Mich., assignor to American Car 
and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Plug valve. 
2.341,692 ; Feb. 15. 

Claffey, Joseph B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
United Gas Improvement Company. Treatment of gas 
scrubbing agents. 2,344,969 ; Mar. 28. 

Clagett, William H., Jr., Mason City, Wash., assignor 
to Koehring Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Determining 
the consistency of concrete mixtures. 2,357,083 ; Aug. 
2!). 

Clampett, William M. (See Eogg, William A., Jr.) 

Clancy, Gilbert E., Santa Fe, N. Mex., assignor to Drayer 
& Hanson, Incorporated, Los Angeles, Calif. Heat 
transfer apparatus. 2.346.822; Apr. 18. 

Clancy, Gilbert E., assignor to Drayer & Hanson, In- 
corporated, Los Angeles, Calif. Heat exchange appa- 
ratus. 2,364,130; Dec. 5. 

Clanton, Earl S., Fresno, Calif. Nonslip holder for cake 
soap. 2,339,000 ; Jan. 11. 

Clapham, Harry F. (See Dahlen, M. A., and Clapham.) 

Clapp, Channing P. (See Geiger, C. F., Clapp, and 
Kempf.) 

Clapp, Revere E., Groton, Conn. Marine poppet valve. 
2.341.018; Feb. 8. 

Clapsadle, Leo J., Buffalo, and G. B. Graham, Kenmore, 
N Y., assignors to Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Cor- 
poration. Noncorrosive heat-transfer liquid. 2,349,338 ; 
May 23. 

Clare, C. P., and Co. (Sec Clare, Carl P., assignor.) 



Clare, Carl P., Arlington Heights, assignor to C. P. Clare 
and Co., Chicago, 111. Electric relay system. 2,355,055 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Clare, Irwin C, Elmhurst, assignor to Hercules Powder 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Resinous ester. 2,340,043 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Clare, Norval D., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Metal refining process. 2,342,102 ; Feb. 22. 

Clarin, Werner E., assignor of one-half to A. J. Jacobson, 
Chicago. 111. Folding chnir. 2.360.400: Oct. 17. 

Clark, Alfred S., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine 
for operating upon shoes. 2,347,666 ; May 2. 

Clark, Breckinridge T., assignor to E. H. Jacobs Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Danielson, Conn. Picker and making same. 
2,341,904; Feb. 15. 

Clark, Breckinridge T., assignor to E. H. Jacobs Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Danielson, Conn. Reinforced tapered lug 
strap and making. 2,349,705 ; May 23. 

Clark, Carl L., Warren, Ohio. Machine for working sheet 
metal articles. 2,357.793 ; Sept. 12. 

Clark, Charles C. Buffalo, assignor to The Mathieson 
Alkali Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Aminated chlo- 
rinated paraffins. 2,361,457 ; Oct. 31. 

Clark, Charles H., assignor, by mesne assignments, of 
one-half to P. F. Schumacher, San Francisco, Calif. 
Folding and nonfolding marine craft. 2,353,013 : 
July 4. 

Clark, Charles H., Emporium, Pa., assignor to American 
Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Machine for filling containers. 2,3.'i5,848 ; Aug. 15. 

Clark, Charles R. (See Cole, P. J., Clark, and Waldron.) 

ClarU, Charles R., Springfield Township, Montgomery 
County, Pa., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation. Separation of xylene 
from hydrocarbon mixtures. 2,348,726 ; May 16. 

Clark, Clyde W., Dearborn, Mich. Adjustment means for 
testing machines. 2.360,760; Oct. 17. 

Clark, Daniel B., and R. C. Stevens, assignors to Twen- 
tieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Motion picture slating device. 2,339,377 ; Jan. 
18. 

Clark, Donald E., L. D. Pratt, and S. A. Coleman, San 
Diego, and H. C. Green, El Cajon, assignors to Kelco 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Alethod for drying kelp. 
2,350.209 ; May 30. 

Clark, Donald H., Sacramento, Calif. Interrupted stripe 
painting machine. 2,357,930 ; Sept. 12. 

Claris, Earl K. (See Breckenridgc. F.. and Clark.) 

Clark, Edgar H., Kew Kardens, N. Y. Translating and 
recording device. 2,351,663 ; June 20. 

Clark, Edgar R., Syracuse, assignor to United States 
Hoffmann Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Filtering apparatus. 2,342.035 : Feb. 15. 

Clark, Edward H., assignor to Mishawaka Rubber and 
Woolen Manufacturing Company, Mishawaka, Ind. 
Equipment for making spongy rubber cushions or the 
like. 2,342,920 ; Feb. 29. 

Clark. Edward H.. Mishaw,ika. Ind., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Feeder for 
sensitizing ingredients. 2,344.599 ; Mar. 21. 

Clark, Edwin L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiver tone control 
circuit. 2,361,602; Oct. 31. 

Clark, Elizabeth C, New York, N. Y. Pantie girdle. 
2,363.775 ; Nov. 28. 

Clark, Elvin C. and H. J., Montour, Iowa. Rearview mir- 
ror. 2,341,208 ; Feb. 8. 

Clark, Emma A., Portland, Oreg. Maternity dress 
2,352,886 ; July 4. 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Bixby, Leo A., as- 
signor.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Dunham, E. J., and 
Backofen, assignors.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Ekins, William J. S.. 
assignor.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Lapsley, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Lapsley, R., and Dence, 
assignors.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Jlills, Burton L., as- 
signor.) 

Clark Equipment Company. (See Williams, Alfred O., 
assignor.) . . „ ,., 

Clark. Ernest, Brockton, assignor to Abington Textile 
Machinery Works. Boston, Mass. Depositing apparatus. 
2,354,796 ; Aug. 1. 

Clark, Ernest B., Lubbock, Tex. Splicing clamp. 
2,351,402; June 13. 

Clark, Ernest E., Lubbock, Tex. Shock cord inst.allation 
tool. 2,351,403; June 13. 

Clark, Eugene E., assignor to American Screw Company, 
Providence, R. I. Fastener element. 2,359,898; Oct. 
10. 

Clark, Frank M., Plttsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Solid dielectric. 2,340,644 ; Feb. 1. 

Clark, Frank M., Pittsfield. Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Insulating and dielectric composi- 
tion. 2,341,760; Feb. 15. 

Clark, Prank M., Pittsfield. Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dielectric and insulating compo- 
sition. 2,341,761 ; Feb. 15. 



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Clark, Frank M., Pittsfield, Mass., assi.ciior to General 
Electric Company. Dielectric composition. 2,358,627 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Clark, Frank M., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dielectric composition. 2,358,628 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Clark, Fred S., New York, N. Y., assignor to Kyan Jewelry 
Corporation. Diaper and shirt clasp. 2,352,147 ; June 
20. 

Clark, Frederick G., assignor to Eastman Machine Com- 
pany. BulTalo, N. Y. Automatic control mechanisio. 
2,344,535 ; Mar. 21. 

Clark, Genevieve, et al. (See Kogl, Frank, assignor.) 

Clark, Halford R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Eochester, N. Y. Manufacture of paper for photo- 
graphic purposes. 2,346,008 ; Apr. 4. 

Clark, Halford R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Manufacture of paper for photographic 
purposes. 2.358,056 : Sept. 12. 

Clark, Harlan C. (See Klaiber, F. L., and Clark.) 

Clark, Harold J. (See Clark, Elvin C. and H. J.) 

Clark, Herbert B., LibertyvlUe, assignor to Vascoloy- 
Ramet Corporation, North Chicago, 111. Tipped cutting 
tool. 2,341,314 ; Feb. 8. 

Clark, James, Bronx, N. Y. Baseball game device. 
2.362.1 S8 : Nov. 7. 

Clark, James D., et al. (See Amos, Howard W., as- 
signor.) 

Clark, James D'A., Appleton, Wis., assignor to The In- 
stitute of Paper Chemistry. Apparatus lor determin- 
ing the bursting strength of sheet material. 2,340,(33 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Clark, James, Dayton, Ohio. Excitation of vibration 
instructural members. 2,362,467 ; Nov. 14. 

Clark, James E., Williston Park, N. Y., J. V. Domaleski, 
Wood Ridge, N. J., and V. L. Ronci, Brooklyn, assignors 
to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Electronic discharge device. 2,356,566 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Clark, James K., tJtica, assignor to Partlow Corporation, 
New Hartford, N. Y. Safety pilot burner. 2,340,734 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Clark, Joe S., Cambridge, assignor to National Research 
Corporation, Boston, Mass. Vacuum gauge. 2,348,607 ; 
May 9. 

Clark, John I. (See Martin, F. F., and Clark.) 

Clark, John M., assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic fluid. 2,345,586 ; Apr. 4. 

Clark, John M., and R. E. Van Deventer, assignors to 
Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Hydrau- 
lic fluid. 2,345,585 ; Apr. 4. 

Clark, John N., assignor of fifty percent to B. E. Keith 
Company, Dallas, Tex. Canopy and articulated frame. 
2,346,554; Apr. 11. 

Clark, John W., Westbrook, Maine, assignor to S. D. 
Warren Company, Boston, Mass. Paper with improved 
surface. 2.349,704 ; May 23. 

Clark, John W., We.stbrook, Maine, assignor to S. D. War- 
ren Company, Boston, Mass. Making aluminum coated 
paper. 2,362,884 ; Nov. 14. 

Clark, Kempton, Little Compton, R. I., and H. G. Vore, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y., assignors to American Seal- 
Kap Corporation of Delaware, Wilmington, Del. Bottle 
cap. 2,353,879 ; July 18. 

Clark, Kendall, (Jakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Domestic appliance. 
2,346,152; Apr. 11. 

Clark, Kendall, Oakwood, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Dayton, Ohio. Domestic appliance. 
2,361,266 : Oct. 24. 

Clark, Kenneth C, Watsonville, Calif. Vehicle coupler. 
2,341,528; Feb. 15. 

Clark, Kenneth C, Watsonville, Calif. Double track aux- 
iliary wheel and tire carrier. 2,354,943 ; Aug. 1. 

Clark, Kenneth C, Watsonville, Calif. Single track aux- 
iliary wheel and tire carrier. 2,354.944 ; Aug. 1. 

Clark, Llewellynn J., and W. F. Goosmann, assignors to 
The Tanglefoot Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Atom- 
izing apparatus. 2,362,885 ; Nov. 14. 

Clark, Louis, assignor to Protecto Products Co., Inc., 
Pomona, Calif. Combined package and holder. 
2,343.277 : Mar. 7. 

CHark, Lewis P., Hampton, N. H. Lawn mower trailer. 
2,354,576; July 25. 

Clark. Malcom S., Warren, Ohio, assignor to The Federal 
Machine and Welder Company. Apparatus for welding. 
2,365,148 ; Dec. 12. 

Clark, Jlinnie M., et al. (See Kogl, Frank, assignor.) 

Clark, Ormond W. (See Watkins, W. H., Clark, and 
Swanson.) 

Clark, Ralph W. (See Dunleavey, F. S., and Clark.) 

Clark, Richard U., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Magnavox Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Porous 
condenser electrode. 2,359,970 ; Oct. 10. 

Clark, Richard U., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Fan- 
steel Metallurgical Corporation, North Chicago, 111. 
Getter. 2,362,468; Nov. 14. 

Clark, Robert A., Jr., assignor to Glenmore Distilleries 
Company, Inc., Owensboro, Ky. Machine for corking 
bottles. 2,340,106; Jan. 25. 

Clark, Robert H. (See Smith, Lawson A., assignor.) 

Clark Thread Company, The. (See Burgeni, A., and 
Keown, assignors.) 



Clark Thread Company, The. (See Camp, William 41., 
assignor.) 

Clark Thread Company, The. (See Shepherd, Thomas L., 
assignor.) 

Clark, Trevor H. (See Deakin, G., and Clark.) 

Clark, Victor R., Chicago, 111. V-belt and fastener. 
2,363,043 ; Nov. 21. 

Clark, Walter R., assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Preparing blanks for producing 
containers such as metallic cartridge cases or the like. 
2,343,253 ; Mar. 7. 

Clark, Willard F., Oak Park, and B. Jelinek, La Gi-ange, 
assignors to Monarch Tool & Machinery Co.. Chicago, 
111. Cap for gasoline tank filler pipe. 2,345,916 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Clark, William A., Fellows, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Gravel packing. 2,300,200; Oct. 10. 

Clark, William A., assignor to L. A. Young Spring & Wire 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spring assembly for back 
cushions. 2,304,948 ; Dec. 12. 

Clark, William L., Oak Park, assignor to Illinois Felt 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cushion construction. 
2,339.017 ; Jan. 18. 

Clark, Winslow B. M. (See Bucknam, J. H., and Clark.) 

Clarke, Charles G., Palms, assignor to Twentieth Cen- 
tury-Fox Film Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Mak- 
ing composite pictures. 2,356,383 ; Aug. 22. 

Clarke, Edgar W., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Appara- 
tus for finishing hosiery and the like. 2,343,170 : Feb. 
29. 

Clarke, Edith, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric circuit. 2,339,052 ; Jan. 
11. 

Clarke, Edmund C, Jacksonville, Fla. Twist drill grinder. 
2.363,482 ; Nov. 28. 

Clarke, Gerard J. (See Fordyce, C. R., and Clarke.) 

Clarke, Hans T., New York, and J. G. Stampfli, assignors 
to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Re- 
covery of film scrap. 2,364,343 ; Dec. 5. 

Clarke, John E. (See Hatch, L. A., and Clarke.) 

Clarke, John E. (See Heltzer, H., and Clarke.) 

Clarke, John E., assignor to Magnoflux Corporation, 
Chichago, 111. Magnetic testing apparatus and meth- 
od of magnetizing. 2,352,371 ; June 27. 

Clarke, Louis A. (See Bruner, F. H., Clarke, and Saw- 
yer.) 

Clarke, Louis A. (See Goldsby, A. R., Pevere, Clarke, 
and Hatch.) 

Clarke, Louis A. (See Pevere, E. F., Clarke, Hatch, and 
Bruner.) 

Clarke, Louis A., Fishkill, F. H. Bruner, E. F. Pevere, 
and G. B. Hatch, Beacon, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of motor fuels. 2,340,412 ; Feb. 1. 

Clarke, Robert B. F. F. (See Child, C. L., CTarke, and 
Habgood.) 

Clarke, Robert E. (See Gloss, G. H., and Clarke.) 

Clarke, Robert E., Palo Alto, assignor to Mariiie Mag- 
nesium Products Corporation. South Sun Francisco, 
Calif. Drying apparatus. 2,339,979 ; .Tan. 25. 

Clarke, Roland C., Whitley Bay, England. Hoisting gear 
and the like. 2.347,395 ; Apr. 25. 

Clarke, Wedworth W., et al. (See Dreher, D. F., and 
Lanzit, assignors.) 

Clarke, William W. (See Zademach, E. R., and Clarke.) 

Clarkson, Alick, Bloomingdale Township, DuPage County, 
111. Cleaning apparatus. 2,350,876 ; June 6. 

Ciarkson, John L., Nashville, Tenn. Conveyer drive for 
loading machines. 2,340,509 ; Feb. 1. 

Ciarkson, John L., and A. B. Jackson, assignors to Clark- 
son Manufacturing Company, Nashville, 111. Loading 
machine. 2,338,704; Jan. 11. 

Ciarkson Manufacturing Company. (See Ciarkson, J. h., 
and Jackson, assignors.) 

Ciarkson, Richard G. (See Downing, F. B., and Ciarkson.) 

Ciarkson, Richard G., Wilmington, Del., and C. J. I'eaer- 
sen, Penns Grove, N. J., d'ssignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Stabilization of 
organic substances. 2,353,690 ; July 18. 

Ciarkson, Robert J., Hogansville, Ga., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Mechanism 
for twisting together a plurality of strands. 2,343,535 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Clarostat Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Mucher, George 
J ji.ssi*^rior ) 

Clarridge," Ralph B. (See Tate, K. L., Vogt, and Clar- 

ridge. 
Clasen, Clause J. W. (See Maatman, E. J., and Clasen.) 

Clasen, John H. (See Evans, Russell T., and Clasen.) 
Claude, Andr§, Paris, France ; vested in the Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian. Causing luminescent substances to 
adhere to glass walls. 2,344,081 ; Mar. 14. 

Claude, Ernst, Saint Gallen, Switzerland. Keyboard for 

accordians. 2,341,082 ; Feb. 8. 
Claudin, Jean, Paris, France ; vested in the Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian. Manufacture of isothiocyanates. 
2,338,902 ; Jan. 11. 
Clans, Philip S., Redford, Mich. Tool feeding mechantoni. 

2,340,735 ; Feb. 1. 
Clans, Philip S., Redford, Mich. Tool feeding mecha- 
nism. 2,346,359 ; Apr. 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Claus, Wilbur S., assignor to Campbell-Taggart Research 
Corporation, Kansas City, Mo. Metliod and apparatus 
for testing dough and the like. 2,347,082 ; Apr. IB. 

Claus, William P., and G. S. Hill, Berwick, Pa., assign- 
ors to American Car and Foundry Company, New York, 
N. Y. Wheel handling tilt table. 2,345,728 ; Apr. 4. 

Claus, William P., and G. S. Hill, Berwick, Pa., assignors 
to American Car and Foundry Company, New York, 
N. Y. Wheel receiving carriage. 2,345,729 ; Apr. 4. 

Clausen, Be Witt, assignor to Lucien I. Yeomans, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Spindle mounting. 2,356,506 ; Aug. 22. 

Clausen, De Witt, assignor to l,ucien I. i'eomans. Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Milling machine. 2,363,831 ; Nov. 28. 

Clausen, Henry P., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to The 
Gray Manulacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. Sound 
recording machine. 2,354,730 ; Aug. 1. 

Clausen, Henry P., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to The 
Gray Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. Con- 
tinuous sound recording and reproducing system. 
2,362,803 ; Nov. 14. 

Clausing, George, Portsmouth, Ohio, assignor to Vulcan 
Corporation. Machine for smoothing surfaces. 
2,352,690 ; July 4. 

Clausing, Henry, assignor to Vulcan Corporation, Ports- 
mouth. Ohio. Shoe tree. 2,361,531 ; Oct. 31. 

Clausing, Henry and W., assignors to Vulcan Corpora- 
tion, IPortsmouth, Ohio. Apparatus for transcribing 
last contours. 2,352,695 ; July 4. 

Clausing, Walter. (See Clausing, Henry and W.) 

Claussen, William H. (See Cope, J. Q., and Claussen.) 

Claveau, Emile, Paris, France ; vested in the Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian. Two-stroke engine. 2,338,406 ; Jan. 4. 

Clavel, Alexandre. (See Strasser, Fred, assignor.) 

Clavijo y Garcia, Delina. (See Benito y de la Kosa, M., 
and Clavijo y Garcia.) 

Clay Adams Co. Inc. (See jNIathis, Waddy T., assignor.) 

Clay, David L. (See Christian, D. A., and Clay.) 

Clay, Uavid L., assignor to Siemens Brothers & Co. 
Limited, London, England. Telephone system. 
2,341,693; Feb. 15. 

Clay, Murray G., assignor to The Beardsley & Piper Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Electrically propelled truck. 
2,355,148 ; Aug. 8. 

Clay, Murray G., and E. O. Beardsley, assignors to The 
Beardsley & Piper Company, Chicago, 111. Blolding 
machine. 2,339,001 ; Jan. 11. 

Clay, Victor G. (See Hudson, F., and Clay.) 

Claybourn, Glen L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westlnghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Metal-clad switchgear. 2,345,033 ; Mar. 28. 

Claybourn, Leslie W., and E. A. Butler, assignors to The 
Turbuletics Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Spatula mill. 
2,342,252 ; Feb. 22. 

Clayton, Andrew B., Union, assignor to The Singer Man- 
ufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing machine. 
2,339,240; Jan. 18. 

Clayton, Andrew B., Union, assignor to The Singer Manu- 
facturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing machine. 
2,342,389 ; Feb. 22. 

Clayton, Andrew B., Onion, assignor to The Singer Manu- 
facturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Chain-stitch 
sewing machine. 2,345,327; Mar. 28. 

Clayton, Andrew B., Union, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing 
machine. 2,350,726 ; June 6. 

Clayton, Benjamin, Houston, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Refining, Unincorporated. Making soap 
and product thereof. 2,343,829 ; Mar. 7. 

Clayton, Clifford C, Milwaukee, Wis. Pipe wrench. 
2,365,054 ; Dee. 12. 

Clayton Dewandre Company Limited. (See Willett, S. E., 
and Edge, assignors.) 

Clayton, Harold H., assignor to R-B-M Manufacturing 
Company, Logansport, Ind. Automatic switch for 
compartment lights. 2,344,129 ; Mar. 14. 
Clayton, James O. (See Farrington, B. B., Clayton, and 
Etzler.) 

Clayton, James O. (See Kavanagh, P. W., Partington, 
and Clayton.) 

Clayton Manufacturing Company. (See Griswald, Donald 

G., assignor.) 
Clavton, William J. (See Svendsen, E. C, and Clayton.) 
Clayton, William J., and J. F. Schott, Mishawaka, Ind., 
assignors to United States Rubber Company, New York, 
N. Y. Top plate for molds. 2,360,201 ; Oct. 10. 

Cleaners Specialties, Inc. (See Glover, William C, Jr., 

assignor.) 
Clearing Machine Corporation. (See Nowak, A. K., and 

Bannon, assignors.) 
Clearing Machine Corporation. (See Wacker, George W., 

assignor.) 
Cleem, Delphia 11., Pembina, N. Dak. Charge forming 

apparatus. 2,340,453 ; Feb. 1. 
Clcin, Hilliard H., and R. T. Kauffman, New York, N. Y. 

Footwear. 2,346,415 ; Apr. 11. 
Cleland, John, Tunbridge ^V'ells, C. E. Goldup, Bybrook, 
Asliford, and C. P. M. Chambers, Ashford, England ; 
said Goldup and said Cliambers assignors to said 
Cleland. Timber hauling vehicle and hoist. 2,358,688 ; 
Sept. 19. 
Clem, Everett W. (See Vedder, J. W., and Clem.) 
Clemens, Edwin S., New Orleans, La., assignor to Water 
Reclaimer Corporation, Mobile, Ala. Water reclaimer 
mobile type. 2,358,559 ; Sept. 19. 



Clemens, Robert P., Union City, N. J., assignor to The 
Dorr Company, N-ew York, N. Y. Treatment of water 
softening sludge. 2,359,748 ; Oct. 10. 

Clement, Frederick R., Coventry, England. Comparator. 

2,362,615 ; Nov. 14. 
Clements, David T., U. S. Army, Arlington, Va., and J. M. 
Kenderdine, U. S. Army, Silver Spring, Md. Nesting 
can. 2,360,849 ; Oct. 24. 

Clements, Ernest W., assignor to A. A. Kramer, Kansas 
City, Kans. Clutch operation means. 2,349,239 ; 
May 23. 
Clements, Frank O., Westerville, Ohio, and R. H. Terry 
and D. J. Henry, assignors to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Making powdered iron. Re. 22,452 ; 

Clemm, John A., III. (See Newman, Strother M., as- 
signor.) 
Clemons, Dale R., Riverside, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for casting mounting surfaces on electrical 
condensers and the like. 2,341,362 ; Feb. 8. 

Clench, Edward C. S., and Q. H. Carlton, assignors to 
Automotive Products Company Limited, Leamington 
Spa, England. Fluid pressure regulating device for 
fluid supply systems. 2,339,378 ; Jan. 18. 

Clench, Edward C. S., and Q. H. Carlton, assignors to 
Automotive Products Company Limited, Leamington 
Spa, England. Profile duplicating machine. 2,346,823 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Cleofe, Lawrence, New York, N. Y. Paddle wheel struc- 
ture. 2,357,084 ; Aug. 29. 

Clerlce, John W., Bellaire, N. Y. Continuous press. 
2,365,804 ; Dec. 26. 

Cleve, Arthur P., El Paso, Tex., assignor to The American 
Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. Manufac- 
ture of arch culverts. 2^358,960 ; Sept. 26. 

Cleveland, Arch B. (See Bivans, Elbert L., assignor.) 

Cleveland, Arch B. (See Cleveland, A. B., (Haag, and 
Ray, assignors).) 

Cleveland, Arch B., Los Angeles, E. G. Haag, San Diego, 
and C. L. Ray, Los Angeles, Calif. ; said Haag and said 
Ray assignors to said Cleveland. Closure locking device. 
2,338,622 ; Jan. 4. 

Cleveland Container Company, The. (See Douglas, Morris 
D., assignor.) 

Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, The. (See 
Anjeskey, Alphonse P., assignor.) 

Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, The. (See 
Medenwald, Arthur L., assignor.) 

Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, The. (See 
Wehr, William G., assignor.) 

Cleveland Hobbing Machine Company, The. (See Cassel, 
William H., assignor.) 

Cleveland Hobbing Machine Company, The. (See Staples, 
Otis E., assignor.) 

Cleveland Patents, Incorporated. (See Hickok, Robert 
D., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Greve, 
Louis W., assigtior.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See HofEar, 
Henry S., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Hope, 
John A., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Johnson, 
Arthur B., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Lear, 
Earl B., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Speth, 
Lloyd G., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Unetic, 
Andrew J., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Van Sit- 
tert, Paul, assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Van Sit- 
tert. P., and Lev, assignors.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Van 
Sittert, P., and Speth, assignors.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Wallace, 
John P., assignor.) 

Cleveland Punch & Shear Works Company, The. (See 
Longfleld, William P., assignor.) 

Cleveland Quarries Company, The. (See Barbour, H. C, 
and Miller, assignors.) 

Cleveland Steel Products Corporation. (See Smith, W. J., 
and von Haase, assignors.) 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See Heaslet, James 
G., assignor.) 

Cleveland Trencher Company, The. (See Askue, Albert R., 
assignor.) 

Cleveland Welding Company, The. (See Mueller, Homer 
L., assignor.) 

Cleveland Worm & Gear Company, The. (See Acker, 
George IL, assignor.) 

eleven, Oluf L., Washington, D. C. Arc prevention cir- 
cuit. 2,359,728 ; Oct. 3. 

Cleverly, Edwin G., Cardington, Bedford, England. Ter- 
minal connecting grip for balloon flying and other 
cables. 2,348,608 ; May 9. 

Clewell, Dayton H., and H. A. Maeder, Dallas, Tex., as- 
signors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, 
New Yorlc, N. Y. Gravity meter. 2,355,421 ; Aug. 8. 

Clickner, James E., Dearborn, Mich., assignor to The 
Flex-0-Tube Company. Detachable coupling. 2,360,701 ; 
Oct. 17. 



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Clifcora, La Verne E. (See Boyd, J. M., Clifcorn, and 
Peterson.) 

Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Rubbert hydrochloiride. 2,356,973 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Diene interpolymers and preparing 
the same. 2,356.974; Aug. 29. 

Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Esters of acrylic acids. 2,363,044 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Clifford, Albert M., Stow, and J. R. Long, assignors to 
Wingfoot Corporation, .\kron, Ohio. Preparing alpha- 
aryl acrylonitrilos. 2. .'',02, 049 ; Nov. 7. 

Clifford, John P., Passaic, assignor to Richardson Scale 
Company, Clifton, N. J. By-pass for scales. 2,361,267 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Clifford Manufacturing Co. (See Clifford, Walter B., as- 
signor.) 

Clifford, Walter B., assignor to Clifford Manufacturing 
Co., Boston, Mass. Joining radiator tubes and product 
thereof. 2,343,402 ; Mar. 7. 

Clifton, Percy, Union City, and E. C. Keseler, Carlstad, 
N. J. Auto body wrecking press. 2,353,221 ; July 11. 

Climax Molybdenum Company. (See Linz, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Cline, Allan J. (See Fankboner, Harland, assignor.) 

Cline, Allen B., Rosemead, Calif. Denture repairing de- 
vice. 2,356,447 ; Aug. 22. 

Cline, Edwin L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
ing resins of the coumarone-indene type. 2,344,026 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Cline, Edwin L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 
Process for producing a resin of the indene-styrene- 
homolog coumarone type. 2,344,676 ; Mar. 21. 

Cline, Edwin L., Phila^delphia, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing resin of the coumarone indene type. 2,345,962 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Cline, Edwin L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 
Treatment of resin oils. 2,346,416; Apr. 11. 

Cline, Edwin L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 
Treatment of resin oils and resin product resulting 
therefrom. 2,356,384; Aug. 22. 

Cline, Edwin L., Philadelphia, Pa., and D. P. Gould, 
Riverton, N. J. assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. Production Of 
coumarone-indene type resins. 2,340,413 : Feb. 1. 

Cline, Joseph K. (See Williams, R. R., and Cline.) 

Cline, Leon E., assignor to Kimble Glass Company, Vine- 
land, N. J. Jlachine for trimming glass ampoules. 
2,362,115 ; Nov. 7. 

Cllngraan, Palmer, Fairfield, Conn. Torsionmeter. 
2,353,691 I July 18. 

Cloer, William R., Hickory, N. C. Nail holding tool. 
2,349,339 ; May 23. 

Clopay Corporation. (See Thexton, Arthur L., assignor.) 

Clopay Corporanon. (See Ziegler, Albert F., assignor.) 

Clopton, Mort L. (See Phillips, Ralph A., assignor.) 

Close, John W.. Lombard, and C. H. Hoot, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to United Wall Paper Factories, Inc. Treat- 
ment of printing felts. 2,345,179 ; Mar. 28. 

Cloud, Kenneth. (See Ginn, E., and Cloud.) 

Cloud, Raymond T., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas 
Company, Tulsa, Okla. Pendulum compensator. 
2,362,616 ; Nov. 14. 

Clough, Jerome L., Milwaukee, Wis. Coin controlled mo- 
tion picture apparatus. 2,352,077 ; June 20. 

Clough, John W., Parlin, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pout 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coating 
composition. 2.357.458 ; Sept. 5. 

Clouser, Carl R., North Weymouth, Mass. Baier. 
2,364,518 ; Dec. 5. 

Cloiitler, Ellery J., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswlck-Balke-CoUender Company, Chicago, 111. 
Seat or bench structure for bowling alleys. 2,338,838 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Cloutier, George Douglas, assignor to Ternstedt Manu- 
facturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Stamped metal out- 
side handle. 2,339,980 ; Jan. 25. 

Clover Leaf Manufacturing Co. (See Bennett, Rexford 
P., assignor.) 

Clovis, Paul C, Kenilworth, 111. Splash dampener for 
beverage containers. 2.362,354 : Nov. 7. 

Club Aluminum Products Co. (See Peterson, Amos, as- 
signor.) 

Cluett, George B., 2d. (See Lake, Thomas A. E., as- 
signor.) 

Cluett, Peabody & Co. (See Schreiner, George A., as- 
signor.) 

Clunan, Albert B., Barberton, assignor to Wingfoot Cor- 
poration, Akron, Ohio. Paclcaging oggs and the like. 
2,340,260 ; Jan. 25. 

Clute, Gerald P., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Operating mechanism. 2,358,146 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Clyburn, Andrew D. (See Formau, J., and Clyburn.) 

Clydesdale, .alexander, Jr., ct al. (See Ingrnm, Bernard 
J.) 



Coakley, John H., Jr., Medford, Mass. Mailing card and 
envelope. 2,350,149 ; May 30. 

Coal Logs Co. Inc., The. (See Storrs, Kindred L., as- 
signor.) 

Coast Metals, Inc. (See Cape, A. T., and Foerster, as- 
signors.) 

Coast Metals, Inc. (See Cape, Arthur T., assignor.) 

Coast Reduction, Inc. (See Griswold, Howard L., as- 
signor.) 

Coates, Erwin F., St. Paul, Minn. Protective nail de- 
vice. 2,342,530 ; Feb. 22. 

Coates, Gilbert E., Laurens, Iowa. Hay rake and stacker. 
2,351,926 ; June 20. 

Coates, Henry, and B. A. Vuille, assignors* to Watford 
Electric & Manufacturing Company Limited, Watford, 
England. Apparatus for controlling the maximum 
demand of electric power-loads. 2,348,058 ; May 2. 

Coates, Nellgh C, Kansas City, Mo. Portable derrick. 
2,338,317 ; Jan. 4. 

Coates, Neligh C, Kansas City, Mo. Mounting and guard 
for rotary cutters. 2.338,318 ; Jan. 4. 

Cobb, Clifton A. (See Kishlar, L., Cobb, and James.) 

Cobb, Leland D., Porestville, Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spindle. 2,350,272 ; 
May 30. 

Cobb, Leland D., Forestville, Conn., assignor to Gener.al 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Top roll. 2,355,510 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Cobb, Leland D., Forestville, Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Top roll. 
2,355,511 : Aug. 8. 

Cobb, Margaret R., Redondo Beach, Calif. Beach and 
bathing garment. 2,341,596 ; Feb. 15. 

Cobb, Philip G., Scotch Plains, assignor to Weston Elec- 
trical Instrument Corporation, Newark, N. J. Produc- 
ing magnetic structures. 2,346,555 ; Apr. 11. 

Coberly, Clarence J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Roko Corporation, Reno, Nev. Fluid operated pump 
assembly. 2,338,903 ; Jan. 11. 

Coburn. John L., and M. R., Des Moines, Iowa. Draft 
control. 2,359.465 ; Oct. 3. 

Coburn, Matthew R. (See Coburn, John L. and M. R.) 

Coburn, Merton A., Balboa, C. Z. Engine. 2,343,748 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Coca, Arthur F., Oradell, N. J., assignor to Lederle Lab- 
oratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Preservation of dried 
blood grouping serum. 2.357,253 ; Aug. 29. 

Cochran, Avery iNI., U. S. Armv. Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Toboggan. 2,364,174 ; Dec. 19. 

Cochran, Charles W., Houston, Tex., and F. R. Lake, 
assignors to Continental Oil Company, Ponca City, 
Okla. Fluid sampling device. 2,350,323 ; June 6. 

Cochrane, Charles P., Company. (See Gebert, R. C, and 
Carson, assignors.) 

Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 
(Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Controller for industrial 
trucks. 2,338,097; Jan. 4. 

Cochran, Clyde E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The 
Elwell-Parker Electric Company. Industrial truck. 
2,361,268 ; Oct. 24. 

Cochran, Joseph T., Chicago, 111. Printing cut and mak- 
ing it. 2,352,518 ; June 27. 

Cochrane Corporation. (.See Melas, William, assignor.) 

Cochrane Corporation. (See Razek, Joseph, assignor.) 

Cnclirane Cnrporatinn. (See Rohlin. Victor A., assignor.) 

Cocker, William W. (See Gladden, George W., as- 
signor.'* 

Cockerille, Frank O., Albermarle County, Va., assignor 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Manufacture of esters. 2,351,604 ; June 20. 

Cockerille, Frank O., Albemarle County, Ya.., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Purification of aliphatic acids and anhydrides. 
2,352,253 ; June 27. 

Cockerille, Prank O., Albemarle County, Va., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Manufacture of esters. 2,361.994; Nov. 7. 

Cockrell, William D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Control system. 2,356,567 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Coekrill, William T., and T. J. Duncan, Flint, Mich. 
Electrode holder. 2,352,939; July 4. 

Coekrill, William T., and T. J. Duncan, Flint, Mich. 
Head shield. 2,354,502 ; July 25. 

Cocozella, Anthony, Lynn, Mass. Shoemaking. 2,354,797 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Coder, John M. (See Cowan, E. G., and Coder.) 

Coderre, Patrick E. E., Port Chester, N. Y. Snowplow 
attachment for toys. 2,345.460 ; Jlar. 28. 

Codier, Oscar, et al. (See Greaves-Walker, A. F., and 
Stone, a.ssignors.) 

Codner, Edwin F., Ventura, assignor to Byron Jackson 
Co., Huntington Park, Calif. Tong guard. 2,352,603 ; 
July 4. 

Codrington, Charles F., West Allis, assignor to Allie- 
Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Blower control system. 2,339,150 ; Jan. 11. 

Codwise, Philip W., Kenmore, assignor to Certain-Teed 
Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. Wallboard. 
2,344.600; Mar. 21. 

Cody, Clifford S., Springfield. Mass., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,349,845 ; May 
30. 



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Universal free tape 

Convertible, multiple 
2,351,665 ; June 20. 



Coe, Eric R. C. (See Counery, A. F., and Coe.) 

Coe, George B., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to Rock- 
rite Processes, Inc., Stamford, Conn. Manufacture of 
tapered stock. 2,349,246 ; May 23. 

Coe, John W., Verona, N. J., assignor to Carbide and Car- 
bon Chemicals Corporation, New York, N. Y. Halo- 
genated rubber composition. 2,357,383 ; Sept. 5. 

Coe Manufacturing Company, The. (See iMoore, Richard 
C., assignor.) 

Coen, Cecil J., et al. (See Coen, Joseph C, assignor.) 
. Coen Company. (See Voorheis, Joseph T., assignor.) 

Coen, Joseph C, Pomona, assignor of one-tliird to V. 
Gutzwillcr, one-tliird to C. J. Coen, San Bernardino, 
and one-third to E. B. and K. R. Williams, Pomona, 
Calif. Speed changing device. 2,344,341 ; Mar. 14. 

Coes, Loring, Jr., Brookfleld, Mass. Flowmeter. 
2,361,269 ; Oct. 24. 

Coeterier, Frederik, Eindhoven, Netherlands ; vested in 
the Alien Property Custodian. Electric discharge tube. 
2.347 900 : M:iy 2. 

Coey, Stewart C, Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Evaporative cooling. 
2,350,590 ; June 6. 

Coey, Stewart C, Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Evaporative cooling. 
2,350,591 ; June 6. 

Coey, Sic'Wart C, ulen Ridge, and J. W. Spiselman, Middle- 
sex Borough, N. J., assignors to Research Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Space sterilization. 2,344,536; Mar. 
21. 

Coffee Products Corporation. (See Brandt, Robert L., as- 
signor.) 

Coffee Products Corporation. (See Kappenberg, W., and 
Rameh, assignors.) 

Coffeen, John M., and W. P. Heineken. assignors to Heine- 
ken & Coffeen, New York, N. Y. Snap switch. 
2,355,951 Aug. 15. 

Coffey, Irven E. (See Ericson, G. R., and Coffey.) 

Coffey, Irven E., Normandy, assignor to Carter Carburetor 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor throttle con- 
trol. 2,340,736 ; Feb. 1. 

Coffey, Irven E., Normandy, assignor to Carter Carburetor 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor. 2,341,694 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Coffey, Joseph M., Schenectady, J. J. Pickney, Ballston 
Lake, and R. L. Griffeth, Delanson, assignors to Mica 
Insulator Company, Schenectady, N. Y. Coated insu- 
lating tape. 2,355,032 ; Aug. 15. 

CofBng, Frederick W., Danville, 111. 
hoist. 2,343,884 ; Mar. 14. 

CofiSng, Frederick W., Danville, 111. 
capacity, hoist chain structure. 

Coffing, Frederick W., Danville, 111., and R. H. Johnston, 
Newtown, Ind., assignors to Coffing Hoist Company. 
Free-chain planetary hoist. 2,353,648 ; July IS. 

Coffing, Fredrick W., assignor of one-fourth to G. H. Brown 
and one-fourth to G. R. Brown, Danville, 111. Bed cover 
support. 2,356,219 ; Aug. 22. 

Coffing Hoist Company. (See Coffing, F. W., and John- 
ston, assignors.) 

Coffman, Donald D. (See Brubaker, M. M., Coffman, and 
McGrew.) 

Coffman, Donald D., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of poly- 
meric sulphides. 2,347,182 ; Apr. 25. 

Coffman, Donald D., and J. S. Reese IV, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Treatment of cellulose derivatives. 2,339,912 ; 
Jan. 25. 

Coffman, Donald D., and C. E. Denoon, Jr., assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Copolymers of vinylethinyl carbinols with alpha- 
methylene monocarboxylic acid esters. 2,358,444 : 
Sept. 19. 

Coffman, Donald D., and J. C. Sauer, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Disulphonamides having quaternary ammonium salt 
groups. 2,362,886 ; Nov. 14. 

Coffman, Irving L., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. High temperature conduit. 
2,361,383 ; Oct. 31. 

Coffman, Paul A., Jr., assignor to Omega Machine Com- 
pany, Kansas City, Mo. Timing device. 2,364,519 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Coffman, Raphael T., Arlington, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Injection molding of plastics. 2,345,917 ; Apr. 4. 

Coghill, Philip S., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Bag closure. 2,349.247 ; 
May 23. 

Cogsdill, Stuart A., assignor to Cogsdill Twist Drill Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Making oil hole twist drills. 2,358,304 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Cogsdill Twist Drill Co. (See Cogsdill, Stuart A., as- 
signor.) 

Cohan-Epner Co. (See Weiss, Max, assignor.) 

Cohen, Abraham L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Glass-lifting device. 
2,351,666 ; June 20. 

Cohen, Arthur M., New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Ward 
Leonard Electric Company. Electric controlling ap- 
paratus. 2,340,579 ; Feb. 1. 

Cohen, Charles A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Producing white oils. 
2,348,609 ; May 9. 



Cohen, David I., Los Angeles, Calif. Brassifire. 2,302,974 ; 

Nov. 21. 
Cohen, Harold, Elizabeth, N. J. Raising and lowering 

mechanism. 2,344,390 ; Mar. 14. 
Cohen, Harry, Chicago, 111. Noise maker. 2,340,212 ; 

Jan. 25. 
Cohen, Jos. S., & Sons Co. (See Elkes, Jacob, assignor.) 
Cohen, Joseph H., assignor to Casco Products Corpora- 
tion, Bridgeport, Conn. Chuck construction. 2,341,529 ; 

Feb. 15. 
Cohen, Louis, assignor to Longiues-Wittnauer Watch Co. 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Winding aud setting mechanism 

for watches. 2,362,245 ; Nov. 7. 
Cohen, Morris, Kansas City, Mo., and D. W. Enoch, G. 

Hasty, and G. A. Jorgenson, Chicago, 111., assignors to 

Inter-state Bakeries Corporation, Kansas City, Mo. 

TreaUng dough. 2,352,617 ; July 4. 
Cohen, Morris, Kansas City, Mo., and D. W. Enoch, G. 

Hasty, and (J. A. Jorgenson, Chicago, 111., assignors to 

Interstate Bakeries Corporation, Kansas City, Mo. 

bueeting and elongating aough. i:,357.u»6 ; Aug. 29. 
Cohen, Paul. (See Nokes, P. E., and Cohen.) 
Cohen, Samuel L., and M. J. Margolies, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Collapsible paperboard box. 2,361,603 ; Oct. 31. 
Cohen, Sol U., assignor to Paper Novelty Manufacturing 

Company, New York, N. Y. Ornamental article and 

making same. 2,346,824 ; Apr. 18. 
Cohen, Tlieodore A. (See Ostermann, H. J., and Cohen.) 
Cohen, Theodore A., Chicago, III. Control apparatus. 

2,343,001 ; Feb. 29. 
Cohen, Theodore A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Wlieelco Instruments Company, Chicago, 111. Elec- 
tronic tube. 2,354,946 ; Aug. 1. 
Cohen, Theodore A., and H. J. Ostermann, assignors, by 

mesne assignments, to Wheelco Instruments Company, 

Chicago, 111. Liquid level sensitive apparatus. 

2,354,945 ; Aug. 1. 

Cohen, William B., assignor to StUart Products Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. Container support for perfumes. 
2,353,649 ; July 18. 

Cohn, Eugene, Chicago, 111. Vapor diffusing device. 
2,347,591 ; Apr. 25. 

Cohn-Hall-Marx Co. (See Rouse, Lillian M., assignor.) 

Cohn, Herman, Baltimore, Md. Suspension device for 
coat hangers. 2,355,705 ; Aug. 15. 

Cohn, Joseph. (See Cohn, Samuel and J., and Walter.) 

Cohn, Martin M., Brooklyn, assignor to M. M. Scharf, 
Long Beach, N. Y. Mechanism for holding umbrella 
cover tips in stitching position. 2,362,452 ; Nov. 14. 

Cohn, Maurice L., assignor to Change-A-Blude Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Scissor. 2,355,364 ; Aug. 8. 

Cohn, Ralph. (See Goldberg, A. G., and Cohn.) 

Cohn, Samuel and J., New Yorlt, and J. G. Walter, 
Ridgewood, N. Y. Method and apparatus for spread- 
ing tubular fabrics. 2,339,151 ; Jan. 11. 

Coiffu, Pierre, Paris, France ; vested in the Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian. Preventing the formation of clinker 
rings. 2,344,391 ; Mar. 14. 

Colaluca, Phillip, Youngstown, Ohio. Casting target. 
2,343,002 ; Feb. 29. 

Colarusso, Gesuele, Old Boston Settlement, Pa. Hose 
clamp. 2,352,372 ; June 27. 

Colburn, George M., Greensburg, Pa. Casting apparatus. 
2,357,931 ; Sept. 12. 

Colburn, Richard R., Waterloo, Iowa. Concrete struc- 
ture. 2.358,147 ; Sept. 12. 

Colby, Clyde W., Branford, Conn., Heating system or 
the like. 2,348,610 ; May 9. 

Colby, Clyde W., Branford, Conn. Heating system. 
2.359,547 ; Oct. 3. 

Colby, Colburn J. (See Griffith. W. H., and Colby.) 

Colby, Irving A., Youngstown, Ohio. Pipe feeding ap- 
paratus. 2,348,786 : May 16. 

Colby, Joseph M., U. S. Army, Lake Mills, Iowa. 
Gun mount. 2,342,644 ; Feb. 29. 

Colby, Joseph M., U. S. Army, Lake Mills, Iowa. Gun 
mount. 2,356,751 ; Aug. 29. 

Colby, Joseph M., U. S. Army, Lake Mills, Iowa. Gun 
mount. 2,360,850; Oct. 24. 

Colby. Ralph E. (See iMcNutt, J. F.. and Colby.) 

Cold Control, Inc. (See Sisson, William A., assignor.) 

Cole, Alfred R., Mountsorrel, England. Latch needle. 
2,344,850 : Mar. 21. 

Cole, Allen T., Mulberry, Pla., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Minerals Separation North American Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Purifying industrial sands. 
2,340,580 : Feb. 1. 

Cole, Allen T., Lakeland, Fla., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Minerals Separation North American Cor- 
poration. New York, N. Y. Concentration of sylvinlte 
ores. 2,355,365 ; Aug. 8. 

Cole, Allen T., Lakeland, Fla., assignor to Minerals Sepa- 
ration North American Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Concentration of sylvinite ores. 2,365.805 ; Dec. 26. 

Cole, Allen T., and W. M. Houston. Lakeland, Fla., as- 
signors to Minerals Separation North American Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Concentration of sylvinite 
ores. 2,364,520; Dec. 5. 

Cole, Arthur D., Minneapolis, Minn. Draft regulator. 
2,346,825 ; Apr. 18. 

Cole, Bernard T., Burbage, assignor to B. Toone (Not- 
tingham) Limited, Nottingham, England. Knitted 
article. 2,357,630; Sept. 5. 



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Cole, Cawthern C, Whittier, Calif. Fluid motor. 
2,348,243 ; May 9. 

Cole, Edward L., Beacon, assignor to The Texas Company, 
New York, N. Y. Separation of solids from mixtures 
of solids and liquids. 2,35.'5.203 ; Aug. 8. 

Cole, Edward L., and H. H. Gross, Beacon, assignors to 
The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Separation of 
solids from mixtures of solids and liquids. 2,353,810 ; 
July 18. 

Cole, Edward R., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Preparation of shaped carbon 
articles. 2,365,055 ; Dec. 12. 

Cole Electric Products Co. Inc. (See Cole, Thomas M., 
assignor.) 

Cole, Elmer K., assignor to A. B. Chance Company, Cen- 
tralia. Mo. Expanding anchor. 2,349,075 ; May 16. 

Cole, George A., Waynesville, Ohio. Curb box cleaner. 
2,349,076; May 16. 

Cole, Harold S., Seaford, assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Yarn winding. 
2,345,587 ; Apr. 4. 

Cole, Henry G. (See Le Brocq, L. F., and Cole.) 

Cole, Herbert. (See Sell, H. A., and Cole.) 

Cole, Howard S., Jr., and B. R. Filley, Houston, Tex., 
assignors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Storing oils. 2,361,012 ; Oct. 24. 

Cole, John E., and B. F. SUiles, assignors to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Organic 
dyestuffs of the thionaphthenoue series, and making the 
same. 2,356,823 ; Aug. 29. 

Cole, John E., and B. F. Sklles, assignors to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Organic 
dvestuffs of the thionaphthenone series, and making 
the same. 2,356,824 ; Aug. 29. 

Cole, John M. (See Regester, Ramsay G., assignor.) 

Cole, John W. (See Julian, P. L., and Cole.) 

Cole, Paul M., Augurn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Thread-stor- 
age, thread-advancing device. 2,338,755 ; Jan. 11. 

Cole, Percy J., and G. W. Burtt, Philadelphia, Pa., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Allied Chemical & 
Dye Corporation. Separating xylenes. 2,348,329 ; 
May 9. 

Cole, Percy J., Philadelphia, C. R. Clark, Springfield 
Township, Montgomery County, Pa., and J. W. 
Waldron, Muncie, Ind., assignors to Allied Chemical & 
Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Separation of 
pyrrole. 2,350,447 ; June 6. 

Cole, Robert E., Highland Creek, Ontario, Canada. Snow 
removing apparatus. 2,360,827 ; Oct. 24. 

Cole, Russell H., San Gabriel, and P. F. Glover, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Vard, Inc., Pasadena, Calif. 
Spring counterbalance for drafting macliines. 2,362,050 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Cole, Sanford S. (See Moran, W. G., and Cole.) 

Cole, Thomas M., New York, assignor to Cole Electric 
Products Co. Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Circuit 
breaker. 2,362,051 ; Nov. 7. 

Colegrove, Joseph L., Cos Cob, Conn. Handbag frame. 
2,346,556 ; Apr. 11. 

Colella, Gerald S., assignor of one-half to S. Merker, 
Haverhill, Mass. Manufacture of footwear. 2,344,458 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Coleman, Albert R., Berwyn, and A. E. Swickard, Chi- 
cago, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for feeding 
and stacking articles. 2,357.631 : Sept. 5. 

Coleman, Arnold B., Chicago, 111. Background screen for 
photographers and the like. 2,364,695; Dec. 12. 

Coleman, Edwin D. (See Kanner, Oscar, and Coleman.) 

Coleman, Edwin D., Maywood, 111. Spectrophotometer. 
2,339,053 ; Jan. 11. 

Coleman, Eidwin D., Maywood, 111. Test method and 
apparatus therefor. 2,343,885 ; Mar. 14. 

Coleman, Gerald H. (See Britton, E. C, and Coleman.) 

Coleman, Gerald H., and B. C. Hndler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Unsaturated 
esters of aryloxy alcohols. 2.338.683 : Jan. 4. 

Coleman, Gerald H., F. W. Fletcher, and W. D. Schroeder, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Insecticides. 2,349,572 ; May 23. 

Coleman, Gerald H., F. W. Fletcher, and G. E. Lynn, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Parasitlcidal composition. 2,350,324 ; June 6. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and B. C. Hadler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Unsaturated 
ester of alkoxy-aryloxy alcohols. 2,350,325 ; June 6. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and C. L. Moyle, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Insecticidal 
composition. 2,352,078 ; June 20. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and C. L. Moyle, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Insecticidal 
composition. 2,352,079 ; June 20. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and B. C. Hadler, Midland, Mich., 
and R. W. Sapp, Wilmington, Del., assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Ester-ethers 
of bls-phenols. 2,359,622 ; Oct. 3. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and B. C. Hadler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Unsaturated 
esters of halo-aryloxy alcohols. 2,362,189 ; Nov. 7. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and W. D. Schroeder, assignors to 
The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Esters 
of unsaturated acids. 2,363,501 ; Nov. 28. 

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Coleman, Gerald H., and G. A. Griess, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Insecticidal 
and fungicidal materials. 2,365,056 ; Dec. 12. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and G. A. Griess, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Fungicidal 
materials. 2,365,057 ; Dec. 12. 

Coleman, John H., Warren Township, Somerset County, 
and S. G. I'oll, Woodbridge, N. J., a.ssignors to West- 
vaco Chlorine Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Phosphoric acid manufacture. 2,338,407 ; Jan. 4. 

Coleman, John H., Warren Township, Somerset County, 
and S. G. Poll, Woodbridge, N. J., assignors to West- 
vaco Chlorine JProducts Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Making phosphoric acid of high purity. 2,338,408 ; 
Jan. 4. 

Coleman Lamp and Stove Company, The. (See Martin, 
Russell, assignor.) 

Coleman Lamp and Stove Company, The. (See Olds, 
Ambrose D., assignor.) 

Coleman Lamp and Stove Company, The. (See Tullis, 
Bovd W., assignor.) 

Coleman, Paul J. (See Gengler, Edwin J., assignor.) 

Coleman, Roy E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Time Incor- 
porated. Preparing zein solutions directly from gluten 
2,352,604 ; July 4. 

Coleman, Roy E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Time In- 
corporated. Preparation of zein solutions directly from 
gluten. 2,355,056 ; Aug. 8. 

Coleman, Roy E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Time, Incor- 
porated. Preparing zein solutions directly from 
gluten. 2,359,202 ; Sept. 26. 

Coleman, Roy E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Time, Incor- 
porated. Preparing zein solutions directly from gluten. 
2,359,203 ; Sept. 26. 

Coleman., Roy E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Time, Incor- 
porated. Preparing zein solutions directly from gluten. 
2,359,204; Sept. 26. 

Coleman, Spencer A. (See Clark, D. E., Pratt, Coleman, 
and Green.) 

Coles, Fred H. (See Booth, Alfred, assignor.) 

Coles, Norman E. (See Van Hise, Lester E., assignor.) 

Coley, Nelson B. (See Webster, O. B., and Coley.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Brandt, Robert 
L., assignor.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Colgate, R. B., 
and Ross, assignors.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Gebhart, Arthur 
I., assignor.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Ittner, Martin H., 
assignor.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Marshall, Donald 
E., assignor.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, (See Miles, Gilbert 
Dp W., assignor.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Miles, G. D., 
Jakob, and Percy, assignors.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Percy, J. H., and 
Ross, assignors.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Ross, J., Brandt, 
and Percy, assignors.) 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. (See Ross, J., and 
Turck, assignors.) 

Colgate, Robert B., Huntington, and J. Ross, Manhasset, 
N. Y., assignors to Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Chemical processes and products 
thereof. 2,359,404; Oct. 3. 

Collett, J. Daviss, Jr. (See Swearingen, Judson S., as- 
signor.) 

Colley, George A. (See Hammond, J. H., Jr., and Colley,) 

Colley, Lu.ster E. (See Ogilvie. C. B., Nicliell, and Colley.) 

Colley, Omer A., Astoria, Long Island, N. Y. Comb frame 
for beehives. 2,344,284 ; Mar. 14. 

Colley, Russell S., Kent, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Patch applying ap- 
paratus. 2,351,404; June 13. 

Colle.v, Russell S., Kent, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for in- 
stalling elastic covers. 2,353,650 ; July 18. 

Collicutt, Earl H., New York, N. Y. Air mixer. 2,362,355 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Collier, Freeman E., assignor to Foley Manufacturing 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Jointing guide for saw 
filing machines. 2,343,171 ; Feb. 29. 

Collier-Key worth Company. (See Slieldrick, Henry W., 
assignor.) 

Collier, Robert W., Jal, N. Mex. Vehicle traction attach- 
ment. 2,362,246; Nov. 7. 

Collings, William R., assignor to The Dow Cliemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. JIaking highly glazed film coat- 
ings. 2,350,987 ; June 13. 

Collings, William R., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Laminated sound record. 
2,351,600 ; June 20. 

Collings, William R., and T. A. Kauppi, assignors to Tlie 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Opaque sheet 
material. 2,348,672 ; May 9. 

Collins & Aikman Corporation. (See Bird, Whitworth F., 
assignor.) 

Collins & Aikman Corporation. (See Gardner, Alexander 

H., assignor.) 
Colling & Aikman Corporation. (See Hiers, Glen S., 

assignor.) 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Collins. Arnold M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Mercaptan modified 
pol.vmeiic derivatives of nonbenzenoid acetylene poly- 
mers and making same. 2,351,108 ; June 13. 

Collins, Arthur A., Cedar Kapids, Iowa. Control system 
and apparatus. Re. 22.574 ; Dec. 5. 

Collins, Ashton B., Birmingham, Ala. Display device. 
2,349,706 ; May 23. 

Collins, Benjamin W., Swarthmore, Pa. Manufacture of 
synthetic yarns and the like. 2,359,749; Oct. 10. 

Collins, Benjamin W., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to 
American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Vis- 
cose spinning solution. 2,359,750 ; Oct. 10. 

Collins, Bessie M., executrix. (See Collins, Donald B.) 

Collins, Charfes P., assignor of one-half to Eastman Oil 
Well Survey Company, Dallas, Tex., and one-half to 
Eastman Oil Well Survey Corporation, Long Beach, 
Calif. Deflecting drill bit. 2,350,986 ; June 13. 

Collins, Donald B., deceased, by B. M. Collins, executrix, 
and W. S. E. Crake, Houston, Tex., assignors to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Well 
screen structure. 2,359,710 ; Oct. 3. 

Collins, Howard W. (See Atkinson, \V. H., and Collins.) 

Collins, Howard W. (See Meyer, W. E., and Collins.) 

Collins, Howard W., Newark, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Treatment of fibrous 
glass. 2,344,601 ; Mar. 21. 

Collins, Hubert D., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Lamtex 
Equipment Corporation, Fort Worth, Tex. Oil well 
casing pump. 2,363,644 ; Nov. 28. 

Collins, James G., assignor to Atlas Press Company, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. Drill press. 2,346.731 ; Apr. 18. 

Collins, Lee A., Louisville, Ky. Television and other 
transmissions. 2,354,199 ; July 25. 

Collins, Lee A., Louisville, Ky. Method of and apparatus 
for making and re-creating records. 2,363.502 : Nov. 28. 

Collins, Lucius, G. A. Slowinske, and J. E. Smith, as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Treatment of textile fiber with water 
repellency agents. 2,361,270 ; Oct. 24. 

Collins, Milford E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Rehearsal system for sound 
motion pictures. 2,350,727 ; June 6. 

Collins, Paul C, Norwood, Pa., assignor to Tile Baldwin 
Locomotive Works. Hydraulic press control. 2,350,217 ; 
May 30. 

Collins Radio Company. (See Olson, Roy H., assignor.) 
Collins Radio Company. (See Smith, John W., assignor.) 
Collins, Robert B., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Gland sealing apparatus. 
2,350,448; June 6. 
Collins, Thomas. (See Plumadore, H. W., Collins, and 

Oakley.) 
Collom, Cletus J., Detroit, Mich. Timing control system. 

2,347,935 ; May 2. 
Collonge, Louis L. (See Abrahams, S. A., Lewon, and 

Collonge.) 
Collopy, Carl J. (See Collopy, Ernest C. and C. J.) 
CoUopy, Ernest C. and C. J., New Bedford, Mass. Tele- 
phone dialing instrument. 2,358,791 ; Sept. 26. 
Collyer, William C, Palo Alto, Calif., assignor to Inger- 
soll-Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Attachment for 
pile driver. 2,345,795 ; Apr. 4. 
Colomy, Roy H. (See Balsley, J. R., and Colomy.) 
Colonial Broach Company. (See Gotberg, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Colonial Broach Company. (See Thompson, Richard A., 
assignor.) 

Colonial Broach Company. (See Welte, Benedict, as- 
signor. ) 

Colonial Broach Company. (See Welte, B., and Gotberg, 
assignors.) 

Colonial Radio Corporation. (See Forbes, Henry C, as- 
signor.) 

Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, The. (See Allott, 
L. R., and Miller, assignors.) 

Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, The. (See Boyce, 
W. S., and Canti'ell, assignors.) 

Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, The. (See Cantrell, 
M. L., and Hed, assignors.) 

Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, The. (See Cantrell, 
M. L., and Shray, assignors.) 

Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation, The. (See Stuart, 
Kenneth B., assignor.) 

Colotyle Corp. (See Hobbs, Frank, assignor.) 

Colovich, Sam, Eureka, Utah. Loader. 2,346,471 ; Apr. 
11. 

Colovos, Christopher. (See Foresman, E. D., and 
Colovos.) 

Colprovia Roads, Inc. (See McGrane, Frank B., as- 
signor.) 

Colprovia Roads, Inc. (See Talbot, Adrian B., assignor.) 

Colson, Herman H., Teaneck, N. J., assignor to Aluminum 
Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Material han- 
dling mechanism. 2,353,651 ; July 18. 

Colt, Edwin W., Evanstou, L. B. Lane, Chicago, and J. L. 
Beatty, Maywood, assignors to Armour and Company, 
Chicago, 111. Abrasive element. 2,347,244 ; Apr. 25. 

Colt, Rutger B. (See Chappell, R. R., and Colt.) 

Colton, Arthur, Company. (See Kath, Alfred W., as- 
signor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See 
Christensen, Paul M., assignor.) 



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(See Schifter, Joseph, 



Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. 
Christensen, P. M., and Ballon, assignors.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. 
Conner, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Iilanufacturing Company. (See 
D'Ardenne, Walter H., assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See 
Ironside, George, assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (.See 
Mci\Iahon, Gilbert E., assignnr. ) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See 
Moore, Frederick T., assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See 
Schmalz. William F., assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See 
Swartz, William L., assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See 
Webb, George, assignor.) 

Coluccl, Charles, New York, N. Y. Cover for hinges or 
the like. 2,342,453 ; Feb. 22. 

Columbe, Thomas A., assignor to The Liquid Carbonic 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Machine guard. 2,364,193 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Columbia Bllndstitch Machine Co. 
assignor.) 

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. (See Doncaster, 
Dan P., assignor.) 

Columbia Mills, Inc., The. (See Burns, Fred J., as- 
signor.) 

Columbia Protektosite Co. (See Stiano, Frank, assignor.) 

Columbia Recording Corporation. (See Rodman, Isaac 
P., assignor.) 

Columbia Steel Company. (See Steuber, Elmer G., as- 
signor.) 

Columbian Carbon Company. (See Fireman, Peter, as- 
signor.) 

Columbian Rope Company. (See Cooke, B. A., and Gane, 
assignors.) 

Columbian Rope Company. (See Dodge, M. C, and 
Axelsson, assignors.) 

Columbus Dental Manufacturing Co., The. (See Moyer, 
J. H., and Evans.) 

Columbus Iron Works Co. (See Barnes, Julius C, as- 
signor.) 

Columbus McKinnon Chain Corporation. (See Parker, 
Humphrey F., assignor.) 

Columbus McKinnon Chain Corporation. (See Winter, 
Otto W., assignor.) 

Columbus McKinnon Chain Corporation. (See Winter, O. 
W., and Middlestead, assignors.) 

Columbus Vending Company, The. (See Vogel, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Colvin, Charles H. (See Klumpp, F., and Colvin.) 

(iolvln, (Clifford, Detroit, Mich., assignor to G. M. and B. 
Holley. Ignition timing device. 2,361,271 ; Oct. 24. 

Colvin, Hervey A., Saginaw, Mich. Adjustable turntable 
for discharging wood waste or like material from stor- 
age vaults. 2,364,601 ; Dec. 12. 

Colvin-Slocum Boats, Inc. (See Slocum, Henry M., as- 
signor.) 

Colvinex Corporation. (See Joy, M. F., and Shepardson, 
assignors.) 

Colwell, Archie T., assignor to Thompson Products In- 
corporated, Cleveland, Ohio. Hollow head poppet v;ilve. 
2,354,947; Aug. 1. 

Coraaschi, Louis J., assignor to Campbell-Taggart Re- 
search Corporation, Kansas City, Mo. Alkaline clean- 
ing composition. 2,350,592 ; June 6. 

CoiiiU, ICaymond L., l^ort Huron, assignor to Taiiie (J. 
McDougal, Flint, Mich. Hydraulic seal. 2,302,975 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Combination Selector Company. (See Raincy, Paul M., 
assignor.) 

Combs, Frederick M., El Segundo, and S. A. S(iuicrs, Haw- 
thorne, assignors to Douglas Aircraft Coinpiiny, Inc., 
Santa Monica, Calif. Apparatus for forming iiialerial. 
2.348,193 ; May 9. 

Combs, Lee, et al. (See Kellerman, John F., assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Cary, William 
M., assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Companjt. (See Gordon, Charles 
W., assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Krcisiiigor, H., 
and Caracristi, assignors.) 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Ladd. Tallinnii, 
assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Oberliubor, Wil- 
liam F., assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Place, Palmer 
B., assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Schoenfold, 
David M., assignor.! 

Combustion Engineering Company. (See Stone, C. A., 
and Trostel, assignors.) 

Combustion Utilities Corporation. (See Brandegee, 
Morris M., assignor.) 

Comee, Cyril C, Green Bay, Wis. Matcli packet pro- 
tector. 2,341,856 : Feb. 15. 

Comer, Curtis G., Dayton, and B. A. Keener, New Leb- 
anon, Ohio. Transfer unit. 2,364,602; D(>c. 12. 

Comfort, Samuel T. (See Brown, H. S., and Comfort.) 

Comfort Spring Corporation. (See Ryraland, M. J., and 
Lewis, assignors.) 



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107 



Comiskey, Frederick K. fSee Severance, 6. R., Comiskey, 
and Jones.) 

Commar Products Corporation. (See Milvulas, W., and 
Jones, assignors.) 

Commerce, as represented by tlie Secretary of the Depart- 
ment of. (See Tate, Douglas R., assignor.) 

Commerce, Government of tlie United States, as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of. (See Dickson, G. R., and 
Schoonover, assignors.) 

Commerce, Government of the Dnited States, as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of. (See Dill, Richard S., as- 
signor.) 

Commerce, Government of the United States as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of. (See Dunmore, F. W., and 
Kear, assignors.) 

Commerce, Government of the United States as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of. (See Geller, Roman F., 
assignor.) 

Commerce, Government of the United States, represented 
by the Secretary of. (See Isbell, Horace S., assignor.) 

Commerce, Government of the United States, as repre- 
sented for the purpose Iiereof by the Secretary of. 
(See Mothershead, Raymond E., assignor.) 

Commerce Pattern Foundry & Machine Company. (See 
Upton, Richard C, assignor.) 

Commercial Centerless Grinding Company. (See Duncan, 
Lane W., assignor.) 

Commercial Controls Corporation. (See Ryan, Commo- 
dore D., assignor.) 

Commercial Controls Corporation. (See Ryan, C. D., and 
Drake, assignors.) 

Commercial Shearing and Stamping Company, The. (See 
Proctor, Robert V., assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Begin, Charles, 
assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Dale, Julian 
K., assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Hurd, Charles 
D., assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Llppincott, 
Samuel B., assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Morey, Glen H., 
assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Roblnette, Hil- 
lary, Jr., assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Senkus, Murray, 
assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Tindall, John B., 
assignor.) 

Commercial Solvents Corporation. (See Wampner, Her- 
bert I-.., assignor.) 

Commercial Steels and Forge Co. (Australia) Pty. Limited. 
(See Newton, J. W., and Duff-Fyfe, assignors.) 

Commons, Charles H., Jr. (See Frost, L. J., and Com 
mens.) 

Commons, Charles H., Jr. (See Klnzle, C. J., and Com 

mons.) 
Communication Measurements Laboratory. (See Griffin 

Dana A., assignor.) 
Comparelli, Nicholas, Philadelphia, Pa. Fishing pole, 

2,349,077 ; May 16. 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation. (See Crandell 

Ervin L., assignor.) 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation. (See Dawson, Fiefl 

assignor.) 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation. (See Macdonald, 

Kenneth W., assignor.) 
Compoflex Company Limited. (See Moseley, J., and 

Gebbie, assignors.) 
Compressed Industrial Gases, Inc. (See Brown, Andrew 

C, assignor.) 
Comptois, Gedeon R., New York, N. Y. Pipe. 2,356,975 ; 

Aug. 29. 
Compton, Kenneth G., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 

Manufacture of electrolytic condensers. 2,351,321 ; 

June 13. 
Compton. W. H., Shear Company, The. (See Dalley, 

Charles J., assignor.) 
Comstock, Emmett G. (See Bethune, Samuel A.) 
Comstock, Gregory J.. Summit, assignor of two-thirds to 

Bnkpr & Coninany, Inc.. and one-third to The American 

Platinum Works, Newark, N. J. Electrical contact 

element. 2,365,249 : Dec. 19. 
Conant, David J. (See Heintz, R. M., and Conant.) 
Conant, David J. (See Scofield. P. F., and Conant.) 
Conant, David J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Jack & 

Heintz, Inc., Bedford. Ohio. Overspeed preventing 

mechanism. 2,359,899 ; Oct. 10. 
Conaway, RolUn F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Treatment of high 

tenacity yarn of synthetic origin. 2,346,208 ; Apr. 11. 
Conboie, Joseph A., San Francisco, Calif. Ventilator. 

2,352,821 ; July 4. 
Conboy, Russell D., Waterbury, Conn., assignor to Auto- 
matic Devices Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Cigar 

lighter. 2,363,645 : Nov. 28. 
Conde, Lyall T., Sherrill, N. Y. Milking machine. 

2,340,454 ; Feb. 1. 
Conde, Lyall T., Sherrill, N. Y. Milk pail handle. 

2,343,749 ; Mar. 7. 
Conde, Lyall T., Sherrill, N. Y. Condenser cup. 

2,345,963 ; Apr. 4. 



Condon, Robert S., Rutland, and W. H. Williams, Poult- 
ney, Vt. Vise. 2,363,230 ; Nov. 21. 

Cone Automatic Machine Company. (See Adams, Clar- 
ence H., assignor.) 

Cone Automatic Machine Company Inc. (See Ingalls, 
John M., assignor.) 

Cone, James H. (See Knochel, W. J., and Cone.) 

Cone, John H., Cedar Bayou, and A. J. Shmidl, Houston, 
Tex., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Wetting agent. 2,354,577 ; July 25. 

Cone, Ralph R., Augusta, Ga. rile fabric. 2,344,537 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Cone, Truett M., assignor to Mid-Continent Supply Com- 
pany, Fort Worth, Tex. Engine starter and actuating 
mechanism therefor. 2,358,445 ; Sept. 19. 

Coney, James D. (See Young, L. A., and Coney.) 

Condit, Paul C. (See Denison, G. H., Jr., and Condlt.) 

Conference of California I. B. of B Unions. (See Ross, 
Talbert C.) 

Conkle, Carl J., BTuncie, Ind., assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Control device. 2,351,485 ; 
June 13. 

Conklin, Alfred. (See Annen, J. E., and Conklin.) 

Conklln, Alfred R., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Container. 2,341,762 : Feb. 
15. 

Conklin, Edward R., Wauseon, Ohio. Hair dressing de- 
vice. 2,342,331 ; Feb. 22. 

Conklin, Herbert, Rye, N. Y. Golf bag. 2,358,057 ; Sept. 
12. 

Conklin, James W., Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Direct current restoring ap- 
paratus. 2,346,557; Apr. 11. 

Conklin, Robert M., Plainfleld, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Crimping apparatus. 2,360,317 ; Oct. 17. 

Conklin, Roscoe D., Rahway, N. J., assignor to National 
Pneumatic Company, New York, N. Y. Electric 
treadle. 2,346.009 ; Apr. 4. 

Conley, George B., Cleveland, Ohio. Hat supporting 
device. 2,350,728 ; June 6. 

Conley, Kurt H., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 
Safety Car Heating and Lighting Company, Inc. Ap- 
paratus for sterilization of flour or the like. 2,339,738 ; 
Jan. 18. 

Conley, Weld E., Jr. (See Smith. H. L. .Jr., and Conley.) 

Conley, William. (See Cartier, Edward J., assignor.) 

Conlon Corporation. (SeeFreis, Frederick M., assignor.) 

Conlon, James L., assignor to Ternstedt Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit. Mich. Automobile door construc- 
tion. 2.356.976 ; Aug. 29. 

Conlon, John F. (See Rugeley, E. W.. Feild, and Conlon.) 

Conmar Products Corporation. (See Low, Richard, as- 
signor.) 

Conniar Products Corporation. (See Ulrich, Frederick, 
assignor.) 

Conn, Arthur L., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Catalytic conversion operation. 2,349,574 ; 
May 23. 

Conn, C. G., Ltd. (See Kent, Earle L., assignor.) 

Conn, Miller W., Bartlesville, Okla.. assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Catalytically desulphurizing hy- 
drocarbon oil. 2,355,366 ; Aug. 8. 

Conn, William R. (See Neher. H. T., and Conn.) 

Connecticut Electric Manufacturing Co., The. (See 
Gillen, George A., assignor.) 

Connecticut Hard Rubber Company, The. (See Doede, 
Clinton 1\T.. assignor.) 

Connell, Daniel R., Lowell, Mass., assignor to U. S. Bob- 
bin & Shuttle Company, Providence. R. I. Machine for 
forming screw threads in caps or closures. 2,365,746 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Connell, Frank H. R., et al. (See Woodhull, Frederick W.. 
assiL'nor.) 

Connell, James J., Chicago, 111. Inserted tooth cutter. 
2,351,491; June 13. 

Connell, Karl, Branch, assignor to Air Reduction Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Breathing system 
canister arrangement. 2.345.530 ; Mar. 28. 

Connell, Robert, and S. I. Wilson. Portland, Oreg. In- 
sulating compound. 2,364,344 ; Dec. 5. 

Connell, William H. (See Blumleln, A. D., and Connell.) 

Connellee, Anita N. and L., Ottawa, 111. Apparatus and 
method for marbleizing comestibles or the like. 
2,347,083; Apr. 18. 

Connellee. Linwood. (See Connellee, Anita N. and L.) 

Connelly Iron Sponge & Governor Co, (See Marek, Wil- 
liam E., assignor.) 

Connelly, John T., Washington, Ind., and F. L. Hall, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Hydrostatical weighing apparatus. 
2,339,152; Jan. 11. 

Conner, Benjamin F., West Hartford, assignor to Colt's 
Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Hartford, 
Conn. Molded article and making the same. 2,353,995 ; 
July 18. 

Conner, Edward A. (See Southwell. R. J., and Conner.) 

Conner, Leonard M., Sunray, Tex., assignor to Continen- 
tal Carbon Company. Production of carbon black. 
2,344,027; Mar. 14. 

Conner, Quinten E., San Francisco, Calif. Motorized 
shaver. 2,345.796 ; Apr. 4. 

Conner, Quinten E., San Francisco, Calif. Universal tool. 
2,350,097 ; May 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Connery, Alder F., Great Neck. N. Y., and E. R. C. Coe, 
Chatham, N. J., assignor to Postal Telegraph-Cable 
Company, (New York), New York, N. Y. Alarm for 
synchronous telegraph circuits. 2,351,014 ; June 13. 

Connolly, Blanche U. (See Hall, Lloyd A., assignor.) 

Connolly, Francis J., London, England. Strip atBxing de- 
vice. 2,357,173 ; Aug. 29. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Cracking petroleum 
oil. 2,339,838 ; Jan. 25. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Conversion of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,340,934 ; Feb. 8. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Preparing contact 
agents. 2,340,935 ; Feb. 8. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Conversion of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,341,363 ; Feb. 8. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Catalytic process for 
the treatment of hydrocarbon oils. 2,356,303 ; Aug. 22. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Using cracking cata- 
lysts. 2,363,231 ; Nov. 21. 

Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Production of molded 
gels. 2,363,832 ; Nov. 28. 

Connolly, Gerald C., Baton Rouge, La., asignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Conversion of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,364,949 : Dec. 12. 

Connolly. William, Farley, Iowa. Rake. 2,365,393; 
Dec. 19. 

Connolly, William B. (See Ford, G. E., Hastings, and 
Connolly.) 

Connolly, William B., and G. E. I<''ord, assignors to Roches- 
ter Manufacturing Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Liquid 
level gauge. 2,356,652 ; Aug. 22. 

Connor, Roger, and N. S. Welk, assignors to The McBee 
Company, Athens, Ohio. Sorting device. 2,347,811 ; 
May 2. 

Connor, William B. (See Dauphinee, George S., as- 
signor.) 

Conquest, Victor, Chicago, and H. L. Keil, Clarendon 
Hills, assignors to Armour and Company, Chicago, 111. 
Hide treatment. 2,362,540 ; Nov. 14. 

Conquest, Victor, Chicago, and H. L. Keil, Clarendon 
Hills, assignors to Armour and Company, Chicago, 111. 
Hide treatment. 2,363,646 ; Nov. 28. 

Conrad, Harold L., Oklahoma City, Okla. Motion trans- 
forming device. 2,360,762 ; Oct. 17. 

Conrad, Joshua C, Oklahoma City, Okla. Overload and 
radius indicator for cranes. 2.346,066 ; Apr. 4. 

Conradson, Conrad M., deceased, Detroit, Mich. ; P. R. 
Walter, administrator, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to O. Christiansen, Madison, Wis., as trustee. Power 
belt construction. 2,343,367 ; Mar. 7. 

Conradt, Walter, Kenosha, Wis. Internal combustion en- 
gine. Re. 22,540; Sept. 5. 

Conradt, Walter, Kenosha, Wis. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,344,496 ; Mar. 21. 

Conradty, Ottmar, Rothenbach-on-the-Pegnitz, Germany ; 
vested in the Alien Property Custodian. Connection 
for carbon segments of collectors. 2,338,409 ; Jan. 4. 

Conradty, Ottmar, Kothenbach-on-the-Pegnitz, and H. 
Zollner, Lauf-on-the-Pegnitz, Germany ; vested in the 
Alien Property Custodian. Connection of carbon bodies. 
2,353,444 ; July 11. 

Conran, William F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ash receiver. 
2,343,750 ; Mar. 7. 

Consolazio, William V., Watertown, assignor to Mac- 
alaster Bicknell Company, Cambridge, Mass. Sterilizing 
means for infant-feeding bottle. 2,347,150 ; Apr. 18. 

Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. (See Smith, Frank 
M., assignor.) 

Consolidated Car-Heating Company. (See Oakley, G. E., 
and Griffin, assignors.) 

Consolidated Car-Heating Company. (See Touceda, E. G., 
and Wilbur, assignors.) 

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (See 
Fuller, Alfred W., assignor.) 

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (See 
Hyde, George, assignor.) 

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (See 
Xenis, C. P., Parsons, Ferine, King, and Bauman, as- 
signors.) 

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. (See 
XenIs, C. P., and Perlne, assignors.) 

Consolidated Engineering Corporation. (See Hoover, 
Herbert, Jr., assignor.) 

Consolidated Engineering Corporation. (See Lawlor, 
Reed C, assignor.) 

Consolidated Engineering Corporation. (See Olesen, Ray- 
mond C, assignor.) 

Consolidated Engineering Corporation. (See Zaikowsky, 
Wladimir M.. assignor.) 

Consolidated Expanded Metal Companies, The. (See 
Okonskl, Theodore S., assignor.) 

Consolidated Gas Electric Light and Power Company of 
Baltimore. (See Betz, Paul L., assignor.) 

Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, 
Limited, The. (See Buckman, Ronald S., assignor.) 



Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, 

Limited, The. (See Hannay, W. H., and Walsh, as- 
signors.) 
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, 

Limited, The. (See Lepsoe, R., and Mitchell.) 
Consolidated Packaging Machinery Corporation. (See 

Allen, Howard G., assignor.) 
Consolidated Packaging Machinery Corporation. (See 

Briggs, Howland F., assignor.) 
Consolidated Packaging Machinery Corporation. (See 

Gantzer, Howard E., assignor.) 
Consolidated Packaging Machinery Corporation. (See 

Moore, Royal T., assignor.) 
Consolidated Paper Company. (See -Hines, Harry E., 

assignor.) 
Consolidated Packaging Machinery Corporation. (See 

Nicolas, Marcel A., assignor.) 
Consolidated Trimming Corporation. (See NarduUi, Peter 

P., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Ander- 
son, Paul A., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Gerlach, 

G. T., Altman, and Kos, assignors.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Giannini, 

Gabriel M., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Giffen, 

Harvey D., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Growald, 

Henry K., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Joyner, 

George F., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Keesler, 

Kenneth N., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Kos, 

A. S., Gerlach, and Altman, assignors.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Laddon, 

Isaac M., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Mills, 

Harold A., assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See O'Hare, 

G. W., and Harley, assignors.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Sonntag, 

Herman, assignor.) 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. (See Upson, 

Ralph H., assignor.) 
Consolidated Water Power & Paper Company. (See Beyer, 

Cheney K., assignor.) 
Consolidated Water Power & Paper Company. (See Mug- 

gleton, Gerald D., assignor.) 
Consolidated Water Power & Paper Company. (See Rich- 
mond, H. B., and Dickerman, assignors.) 
Constable, James M., Baltimore, Md., and R. W. Stamm, 

New York, N. Y., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 

Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. X-ray 

exposure system. 2,351,486 ; June 13. 
Constant Speed Airscrews Limited. (See Marshall, Fred- 
erick G., assignor.) 
Constantino, Fred, Schenectady, N. T. Punch. 2,341,976 ; 

Feb. 15. 
Container Corporation of America. (See Bishop, Charlea 

B., assignor.) 
Container Corporation of America. (See Desch, C, and 

Yomantas, assignors.) 
Container Corporation of America. (See D'Esposito. 

Julian, assignor.) 
Container Corporation of America. (See Lowey, K. K., 

Potter, and Kilmer, assignors.) 
Container Corporation of America. (See Potter, Earl C, 

assignor.) 

Container Corporation of America. (See RatcllfE, Francis 
K., assignor.) 

Container Corporation of America. (See Sachs, Frederick 
P., assignor.) 

Container Corporation of America. (See Throckmorton, 
Edgerton A., assignor.) 

Container Corporation of America. (See Van Saun, Ray- 
mond H., assignor.) 

Container Corporation of America, et al. (See Walton. 
Richard R., assignor.) 

Container Corporation of America, et al. (Sc(> W.-illou. 
R. R., Austin, and Gott, assignors.) 

Container Corporation of Ameria et al. (See Wall on. 
R. R., and Greenlie, assignors.) 

Contant, Peter R. (See Rohr, H. C, and Contnnt.) 

Conterman, Fred A., assignor to Jamestown Jletal lOquIp- 
ment Company, Inc., Jamestown, N. Y. Washing ma- 
chine. Re. 22,528 ; Aug. 15. 

Continental Aviation and Engineering Corporation. (See 
Kinnucan, .Tames W., assignor.) 

Continental Baking Company. (See Earle, Theodore, at- 
Blgnor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Ayars, Harry D., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Bloedorn, Clyde H., 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Boyd, J. M., CI if corn, 
and Peterson, assignors.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Fink, Henry A., as- 
signor. ) 

Continental Can Company. (See Harrison, William H.. 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Haycock, John, as- 
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109 



Continental Can Company. (See Henchert, J., and Ball, 

assignors.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Hodgson, William W., 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Kronquest, Alfred L., 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Larson, Ralph A., as- 
sigpor. ) 

Continental Can Company. (See Mero, Ralph M., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Minaker, Herbert L., 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See O'Brien, Frank J., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See O'Neil, James H., as- 
signor. ) 

Continental Can Company. (See Pearson, Paul E., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Pearson, P. E., and 
Magnus, assignors.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Piinte, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Rojo, Jesfis M., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Schmitt, Otto A., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Schrader, Herbert, as- 
signor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Schrader, H., and Gor- 
don, assignors.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Scusa, Lino, assignor.) 

(Continental Can Company. (See Sooy, W. B., and von 
Sydow, assignors.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Spaulding, Daniel E., 
assignor.) 

Continental Carbon Company. (See Conner, Leonard M., 
assignor.) 

Continental Carbon, Inc. (See Jira, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Continental-Diamond Fibre Company. (See MacGill, 
Kenneth T., assignor.) 

Continental Foods, Inc. (See Galvin, S. L., and Stern- 
field, assignors.) 

Continental Foods, Inc. (See Stemfield, G. L., and Gal- 
vin, assignors.) 

Continental Gin Company. (See Benjamin, George W., 
assignor.) 

Continental Machinery Co. (See Robertson, Oliver W., 
assignor.) 

Continental Machinery Co. (See Vetorino, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Machines, Incorporated. (See Harrington, 
John A., assignor.) 

Continental Machines, Incorporated. (See Petersen 
Hans, assign(5r. ) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Engstrom, W., 
and Ginn, assignors.) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Ginn, Earl, as- 
signor.) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Ginn, E., Cassel- 
man, and Campbell, assignors.) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Ginn, E., and 
Cloud, assignors.) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Preston, Charles I., 
assignor.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Bennett, Edvi^in O., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Cochran, C. W., and 
Lake, assignors.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Ledbetter, Robert L., 
assignor.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Lincoln, B. H., and 
Byrkit, assignors.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Lincoln, B. H., Byrkit, 
and Steiner, assignors.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Lincoln, B. H., and 
Steiner, assignors.) 

Continental Oil Company. (See Sledge, Guy P., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Continental' Research Corporation. (See Gayer, P. H., 
and Fawkes, assignors.) 

Continental Say-When Corporation. (See Bates, Law- 
rence G., assignor.) 

Centner, J. Burgi, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Great American Industries, Inc., Merl- 
den, Conn. Display apparatus. 2,340,472 ; Apr. 11. 

Contour Saws, Incorporated. (See Anderson, William T., 
assignor.) 

Contratto, Lorenz, Sisikon, Switzerland. Machine for 
manufacturing splints for matches. 2,355,512 ; Aug. 8. 

Control Instrument Company. (See Muldoon, W. J., and 
Stenhammer, assignors.) 

Control Instrument Company. (See Urquhart, N., and 
Muldoon, assignors.) 

Conver Steel & Wire Co. Incorporated. (See La Grotta, 
Frank, assignor.) 

Converse, Earl M., Evanston, assignor to Dearborn Chem- 
ical Company, Chicago, 111. Pipe wrapping material. 
2,360,109 ; Oct. 10. 

Converse, Julius. (See Higley, P. R., and Converse, 
assignors.) 

Converse, Julius, East Cleveland, assignor to The Bryant 
Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pilot valve. 
2,349,484 ; May 23. 



Converse, Julius, East Cleveland, assignor to The Bryant 
Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Burner control. 
2,362,247 ; Nov. 7. 

Converse, Lynn C„ Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Microphone for conduits. 
2,361,458 ; Oct. 31. 

Conveyor Company, The. (See Saxe, Walter E., assignor.) 

Conway, Frank A., Elkins Park, Pa. Drill fixture. 
2,357,579 ; Sept. 5. 

Conway, Leon F., assignor to F. S. Bloom, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Combustion method. 2,360,548; Ost. 17. 

Conway, Thomas J., and A. B. Buss, Lake Crystal, Minn. 
Farm vehicle body. 2,345,328 ; Mar. 28. 

Conway, William A., Jr., Shamokin, Pa. Picture mount. 
2,349,340 ; May 23. 

Conway, Woodville B., Escondido, Calif. Fire arm. 
2,358,792 ; Sept. 26. 

Conzetti, Achille, Basel, and E. Lehmann, Riehen near 
Basel, assignors to J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, Switzer- 
land. Alcohol-soluble azo dyestuli's and their manufac- 
ture. 2,348,788 ; May 16. 

Conzetti, Achille, Basel, and O. Schmid, Muttenz, near 
Basel, assignors to J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, Switzer- 
land. Mordant triazole dyestuffs and making the same. 
2,302,988 ; Nov. 21. 

Coody, John L., Tulsa, Okla. Pipe heating furnace. 
2,366,088 ; Dec. 26. 

Cook Bros. (See Harbers, H. C, and Cook, assignors.) 

Cook, Charles O., Takoma Park, Md. Stereoscopic plot- 
ting instrument. 2,363,643 ; Nov. 28. 

Cook, Curtiss L., assignor of one-half to Syracuse Chilled 
Plow Company, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y,, and one-half to 
F. R. Shaw, Presque Isle, Maine. Potato planter. 
2,342,122 ; Feb. 22. 

Cook, Curtiss L., and A. E. Young, assignors to Syracuse 
Chilled Plow Co., Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Tractor con- 
trolled harrow. 2,354,850 ; Aug. 1. 

Cook, Earle S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Variable load 
brake. 2,344,851 : Mar. 21. 

Cook, Earle S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Variable 
load brake. 2,361,087 ; Oct. 24. 

Cook Electric Company. (See Baker, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Cook Electric Company. (See Schnltz, Roy M., as- 
signor.) 

Cook, Ellsworth D., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Counter circuit. 2,349,810 ; May 
30. 

Cook, Elmer W. (See Ashley, K. D., and Cook.) 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y. and W. D. Thomas, Jr., 
Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Craukcase lubricant and chemi- 
cal compounds therefor. 2,342,572 ; Feb. 22. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Crankcase lubricants and 
chemical compound therefor. 2,344,392 ; Mar. 14. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil composi- 
tion. 2,344,393 ; Mar. 14. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Barium di(dihydro abietyl)- 
dithiophosphate and making the same. 2,344,394 ; Mar. 
14. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil. 2,344,395 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and P. H. Moss, 
Greenwich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil. 2,345,239 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, Jr., 
Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Bis-(2,4-dialkylphenol)-4-alkyl 
phenol sulphides and salts thereof. 2,346,826 ; Apr. 18. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, Jr., 
Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil. 2,347,592 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil and addi- 
tive therefor. 2,350,959 ; June 6. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, Jr., 
Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Stabilization of motor fuels. 
2,354,798 ; Aug. 1. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating composition. 
2,358,305 ; Sept. 19. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Crankcase lubricating oil 
composition. 2,361,746; Oct. 31. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, 
Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Wax substituted diaryl 
dithiopliosplioric acids and salts thereof. 2,365,938 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Cook, Frank Tj., South Bend, Ind. Pipe wrench. 
2,365,627 ; Dee. 12. 

Cook, George B. (See Campbell, D. L., and Cook.) 

Cook, Harold H., Steward, 111. Corn picker. 2,346,252 j 
Apr. 11. 

Cook, Henry Ralph, Jr. (See Carpenter, A., and Cook, Jr.) 

Cook, Howard F. (See Harbers, H. C, and Cook.) 

Cook, .Tames M., La Grange, assignor to Cribben and 
Sexton Company, Chicago, 111. Range frame. 2,364,950 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Cook, John, Buffalo, N. Y. Boiler. 2,359,827 ; Oct. 10. 

Cook, Judson A., assignor to Remington Arms Com- 
pany, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Bandoleer loading tool. 
2,35"6.220 : Aug. 22. 

Cook, Lee R. (See Emerson, C. G., and Cook.) 

Cool;. Leonard W., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Operating mechanism for discharge 
Uuups. 2,341,905 ; Feb. 15. 

Cook, Leonard W., Stratford, Conn., assignor to Gener.al 
Electric Company. Starting switch and lockout de- 
vice for electric discharge lamps. 2,343,172 ; Feb. 29. 

Cook, Leonard W., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Fluorescent lamp starting and con- 
trolling apparatus. 2,352,940 ; July 4. 

Cook, Leonard W., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Heat control device. 2,354,910 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Cook, Melvin A., and C. O. Davis, Woodbury, N. J., as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. High-density explosive charge. 
2,353,147 ; July 11. 

Cook, Merle A., Boulder City, Nev. Specific gravity indi- 
cator. 2,345,180 : Mar. 28. 

Cook, Norman W., Englewood, N. J. Anchoring the elas- 
tic threads of fabric and the product produced by the 
method. 2,341,019 ; Feb. 2. 

Cook, Paul G., Chicago, 111., assignor to Union Bag & 
Paper Corporation, New York, N. Y. Device for seal- 
ing bags. 2,365,523 ; Dec. 19. 

Cook, Thalis E , San Angelo, Tex. Spray gun adapter. 
2,339.379 ; Jan. 18. 

Cook, Wilbert H., New York, N. Y., and H. C. Dalrymple, 
West Orange, N. J., assignors to Guided Radio Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Amplifier circuit. 2,358,148 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Cook, Willard G., Wllkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Control system. 2,342,790 ; Feb. 29. 

Cook, Willard G., Wllkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Control system. 2,354,105 ; July 18. 

Cook, William D., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Filling device. 2,340,936 ; Feb. 8. 

Cooke, Boris A., and L. W. Gane, assignors to Columbian 
Rope Company, Auburn, N. Y. Molding. 2,353,996 ; 
July 18. 

Cooke, Giles B. (See McManus, C. E., and Cooke.) 

Cooke, Giles B. (See McManus, C. E., Jr., and Cooke.) 

Cooke, Horace B., Alexandria, Va., assignor to Gulf Oil 
Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cracking hydrocarbon 
oils. 2,358,148; Sept. 12. 

Cooke, Horace B., Alexandria, Va., assignor to Gulf Oil 
Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cracking hydrocarbon 
oils. 2,358,150 ; Sept. 12. 

Cooke, James W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control system. 2,350,150 ; May 
30. 

Cooke, Norman, and R. I. Mlnchom, Sunderland, England. 
Manufacture of connectors having forked ends. 
2,340,508 ; Feb. 1. 

Cooke, William T., Garden City, and A. S. Maeder, de- 
ceased, by Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, 
N. Y., assignor. Method and apparatus for landing air- 

. craft. Re. 22,484 ; May 23. 

Coolbroth, Augusta P., Springfield, Mass. Purse, hand- 
bag, or the like. 2,353,222 ; July 11. 

Cooley, Austin G., assignor to Times Telephoto Equipment 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Telefacsimile system. 2,341,315 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Cooley, Austin G., assignor to Times Telephoto Equip- 
ment Inc., New York, N. Y. Facsimile machine. 
2,363,398 ; Nov. 21. 

Cooley, Cecil G., Chillicothe, Mo., Method of and ap- 
paratus for testing loose geological formations. 
2,342,253 ; Feb. 22. 

Cooley, Floyd A. (See Dean, R. H.. Cooley, and Kegler.) 

Cooley, Floyd A., assignor to Teriistedt Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Magazine for firearms. 
2,365,392 ; Dec. 19. 

Cooley, Hal, Portland, Oreg. Photoprinting device. 
2..356,385 ; Aug. 22. 

Cooley, William L., San Carlos, assignor to A. A. 
Baldocchi, San Francisco, Calif. Attitude control ap- 
paratus. 2,357,459 ; Sept. 5. 

Coolidge, Charles H. (See Remington, L. F., and Cool- 
idge.) 

Coon, Guy, Hartford, Iowa. Loader for baled material. 
2,343,444 ; Mar. 7. 



Cooney, Edward W., Woodstock, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Oven. 2,351,487 ; June 

13. 
Cooney, James F. (See Reece, C. W., and Cooney.) 
Cooney, John R., Waldoboro, Maine, assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Noiseless sound system. 

2,347,084 ; Apr. 18. 
Cooney, Peter A., assignor to Chronotype Corporation, 

Chicago, 111. Time and production recorder. 2,344,497 ; 

Mar. 21. 
Coonrod, Paul, Kilgore, Tex., assignor to Production Sup- 
ply Company, Oklahoma City, Okla. Removable bottom • 

hole choke. 2,353,652 ; July 18. 
Coons, Burton C, assignor to Food Machinery Coi-pora- 

tion, San Jose, Calif. ITruit reshaping mechanism. 

2,356,977 ; Aug. 29. 
Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, Nortb 

Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,340,414; Feb. 1. 
Coons, Curtis (J., assignor to The Hoover Company, North 

Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,345,461 ; Mar. 28. 
Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, 

North Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,352,472 ; June 

27. 
Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, North 

Canton, Ohio. Kelrigeration. 2,363,399 ; Nov. 21. 
Coons, Curtis C., assignor to The Hoover Company, North 

Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,363,400 ; Nov. 21. 
Coons, William W., New Britain, Conn. Electric Iron 

with pilot light. 2,340,737 ; Feb. 1. 
Cooper Aircraft Mooring Co. (See Warren, Walter F., 

assignor.) 
Cooper, Benjamin, Jersey City, N. J. Calculating ma- 
chine. 2,340,581 ; Feb. 1. 
Cooper, Benjamin, Jersey City, N. J. Key Identifier. 

2,344,234 ; Mar. 14. 
Cooper, Jienjamin, Jersey Citv, N. J. Toll checking sys- 
tem. 2,351,405 ; June 13. 
Cooper, Benjamin, Jersey City, N. J. Serial numbering 

device. 2,364,345 ; Dec. 5. 
Cooper, Benjamin, Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric control circuit. 2,355,952 ; 

Aug. 15. 
Cooper, Charles L., Los Angeles, Calif. Oil burner. 

2,353,880 ; July 18. 
Cooper, Ellis S. (See Cooper, Ellis W., assignor.) 
Cooper, Ellis W., assignor of one-half to E. S. Cooper, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Film rack. 2,364,891 ; Dec. 12. 
Cooper, Harry G., West Medford, Mass., assignor to The 

Prosperity Company, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Garment 

folding machine. 2,362,976 ; Nov. 21. 
Cooper, Hugh S., assignor of one-half to F. H. Wilson, 

(Cleveland, Ohio. Producing anhydrous MgCl2. 

2,355,367 ; Aug. 8. 
Cooper, James F., Darby, Mont. Feeding pail or con- 
tainer. 2,360,549 ; Oct. 17. 
Cooper, Joseph H., Warren, and C. E. Smith, Port Homer, 

assignors to The Taylor-Winfield Corporation, Warren, 

Ohio. Welding method and apparatus. 2,363,719 ; 

Nov. 28. 
Cooper, Joseph T., Alhambra, Calif. Cutting and stapling 

device. 2.358,306 ; .Sept. 19. 
Cooper, Kendall V. (See Sheps, L. J., Boisclair, Cooper, 

and Fristensky.) 
Cooper, filary K., Dayton, Ohio. Combined desk and 

table. 2,354,106 ; July 18. 
Cooper, Nathan E. (See Fontaine, Raymond A., as- 
signor.) 
Cooper Paper Box Corporation. (See Kirkland, E. W., 

and Otto, assignors.) 
Cooper, Paul. (See Shelmire, S. R., and Cooper.) 
Cooper, Robert H., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to Monsanto 

Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Oxidative con- 
densation product of organic mercaptans and primary 

amines. 2.339,002; Jan. 11. 
Cooper, Robert H., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to Monsanto 

Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Manufacture of 

thiourea. 2,353,997 ; July 18. 
Cooper, William A., assignor to William Cotton Limited, 

Loughborough, England. Knitting machine and sinker. 

2,353,634 ; July 18. 
Cooper, William B., and E. J. Seabold, assignors to Crown 

Cork & Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Apparatus 

for annealing. 2,345,18] : Mar. 28. 
Cooper, Carl M. (See Buell, C. K., and Cooper.) 
Cooper, Hugh S., assignor of one-half to P. H. Wilson, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Producing magnesium. 2,351,488; 

June 13. 
Cooper. Hugh S., assignor of one-half to F. H. Wilson, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Metallurgical furnace. 2,351,489 ; 

June 13. 
Cooper, Hugh S,, assignor of one-half to F. H. Wilson, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Terminal for vacuum-type furnaces. 

2.351,490 ; June 13. 
Cooper, La Mar S., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Food storage receptacle. 2,348,524 ; 

May 9. 
Cooper, Nathan E. (See Fontaine, Raymond A., assignor.) 
Cooper Paper Box Corporation. (See Kirkland, E. W., 

and Otto, assignors.) 
Cooper Paper Box Corporation. (See Otto, Herman E., 

assignor.) 
Coordes, Harry G., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Lavatory. 2,361,604 ; . Oct. 

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111 



Cope, Arthur C, Bryn Mawr, assignor to Sharp & Dohme, 
Incorporated, Pliiladelphia, Pa. Chemical compound. 
2,339,914 ; Jan. 25. 

Cope, Frank T., assignor to The Electric Furnace Com- 
pany, Salem, Ohio. Fuel mixing apparatus. 2,341,177 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Cope, John Q., and W. H. Clausseu, Berkeley, assignors 
to Standard Oil Company of California, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Selective solvent extraction of petroleum. 
2,343,611 ; Mar. 7. 

Copeland, Ermin S.. D. B. Porter, and W. Van Wyck, as- 
signors to i'ry & Blackball, Limited, Wingham, Ontario, 
Canada. Spring support for upholstery and the like. 
2,365,865 ; Dec. 26. 

Copeland, Norman A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus for 
deaerating viscose compositions. 2,355,057 ; Aug. 8. 

Coprland, Robert J., Toronto, Ontario, and E. J. Bloore, 
IBrampton, Ontario, Canada ; said Bloore assignor to 
said Copeland. Moistening device for duplicating ma- 
chines. 2,360,648; Oct. 17. 

Copeman Laboratories Company. (See Copeman, Lloyd 
G., assignor.) . 

Copeman Laboratories Company. (See Jennings, Harley 
Y., assignor.) 

Copeman Laboratories Company. (See Jennings, H. Y., 
and (lillen. assignors.) 

Copeman Laboratories Company. (See Jennings, H. Y., 
Schouman, and Swezey, assignors.) 

Copeman, Lloyd G., Lapeer, assignor to Copeman Labora- 
tories Company, Flint, Mich. Closure member and ap- 
plying same. 2,356,825 ; Aug. 29. 

Copen, Harry E. (See Brown, A. J., Copen, and Nisen- 
son.) 

Copp, Nelson H., assignor of one-half to H. J. Nagle and 
one-half to R. A. Nagle, Rochester, N. Y. Antiskid de- 
vice for the tires of motor vehicle wheels. 2,344,970 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Copp, Nelson H. assignor of one-half to H. J. Nagle and 
one-half to R. A. Nagle, Rochester, N. Y. Antiskid 
chain for vehicles. 2,344.971 ; Mar. 28- 

Copp, Nelson H., assignor of one-half to H. J. Nagle and 
one-half to R. A. Nagle, Rochester, N. Y. Antiskid 
means for vehicle wheels. 2,344,972 ; Mar. 28. 

Copperweld Steel Company. (See Holmquist, Carl W., 
assignor.) 

Coppus Engineering Corporation. (See Gibson, Carl W., 
assignor.) 

Corber. Frederick H., Chester, assignor of one-third to 
A. S. Cheston. one-third to E. C. Edmonds, and one- 
third to B. Cheston, Birmingham, England. Adjust- 
able seat. 2,345.182 ; Mar. 28. 

Corbin, David, Chicago, 111. Web and sheet handling 
mechanism. 2,361,4.59 ; Oct. 31. 

Corbin, Douglas H., Dunstable, and R. R. BarringtOD, 
Luton, England, assignors to General Motors Corpora- 
tion. Detroit, Mich. Sealing electrical conductors in 
insulators. 2,342,842 ; Feb. 29. 

Corbin. Eber P., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Jeffrey 
Mnnufartnring Company. Loader. 2,341,977 ; Feb. 15. 

Corbitt, Robert A. (See Dickey, J. B., Strain, and 
Corbitt.) 

Corbosiero, Joseph, Pitchburg, Mass. Tool. 2,354,245 ; 

July 25. 
Cordes. Henry P., Tracy, Calif. Planting mechanism. 

2,348,787; May 16. 
Cordie, Cornell H. (See Alexander, H. B., and Cordie.) 
Cords, Erich. (See zur Nedden, G., and Cords.) 
Core Laboratories, Inc. (See Horner, William L., as- 
signor.) 

Core Laboratories, Inc. (See Kelton, Prank C, Jr., as- 
signor.) 
Core Laboratories, Inc. (See Lewis. James A., assignor.) 
Coreve Corporation. (See Evans, Harold A., assignor.) 
Co™art Refractories Company. (See Fulcher, G. S., and 
Eield, assignors.) 

Corin Philip G., Harrogate, assignor of one-half 
to Henry Berry & Company Limited, Leeds, Yorkshire, 
2 349 846 • ,,^y''j"^'^^i<^^lly operated machine tool. 

Corkery, Fr'ank W., Crafton, and S. G. Burroughs, Pitts- 
burgh Pa., assignors to Pennsylvania Industrial Chem- 
F h ^°''P°i'^tion. Coating composition. Re. 22,438; 

Corkery, Frank W., Crafton, and S. G. Burroughs, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to Pennsylvania Industrial Chemical 
Corporation, Clairton. Pa. Purification of styrene still 
bottoms. 2. .353,223 ; July 11. 

Corkery, Prank W., Crafton, and S. G. Burroughs, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., assignors to Pennsylvania Industrial 
Chemical Corporation. Chewing gum base. 2,357,811 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Corley Gale C, Clinton, 111., assignor of one-half to 
G. W. Lincoln, Jr., Louisville, Ky. Flexible roll-up 
di-awine board. 2.346.908 ; Apr 18 

^"I'sIq^S?^'^^" '"'^^'^^°Ston, D. C. Street traffic signal. 

Corley, Mark H., and J. A. Heckman, assignors to Miller 
Wrapping and Sealing Machine Company, Chicago, 111. 
Bag sealing mechanism. 2,340,510; Feb. 1. 

Corliss, Charles H. (See Scribner. B. P., and Corliss.) 
Corman, Louis. (See Weisberg, M., and Corman.) 



Cormode, William J., Erdington, Birmingham, assignor 
to T. I. (Group Services) Limited,- Birmingham, Eng- 
land. Upsetting of metal tubes, rods, or the like. 
2,344,285 ; Mar. 14. 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See Cantor, S. M., 
and Hobbs, assignors.) 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See Horesi, Anthony 
C, assignor.) 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See James, Albert L.. 
assignor.) 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See Stewart, Charles 
W., assignor.) 

Cornelius, James R., Haseley Knob, near Warwick, Eng- 
land. Multipoint lubrication. 2,350,877 ; June 6. 

Cornelius, Richard T., Minneapolis, Minn. Hydraulic 
press. 2,357,632 ; Sept. 5. 

Cornell, CharU'S A., Johnstown, Ohio. Tire patch. 
2,344,677 : Mar. 21. 

Cornell-Dubilier Electric Corporation. (See Weiss, Felix, 
assignor.) 

Cornell, Pay D., San Gabriel, Calif. Dairy establishment. 
2,358,000 ; Sept. 12. 

Cornell, Frank S. (See Waters, IT. F., and Cornell.) 

Cornell, Fritz G., Jr., Mountain Lakes, N. J. Dairy 
product deodorizer. 2,343,886 ; Mar. 14. 

Cornell, Paul W. (See Paclne, .!. VV., Long, and CorneH.) 

Cornell Research Foundation, Inc. (See Parratt, L. G., 
and Trischka, assignors.) 

Cornell Research Foundation, Inc. (See RomanofE, 
Alexis L., assignor.) 

Cornell Research Foundation, Inc. (See Sharp, Paul F., 
assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Blau, Henry H., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Blau, H. H., and Kell, as- 
signors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Hinkley, R. A., and Meikle, 
assignors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Jackson, John K., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Kell, Raymond W., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Kiehl, Harry R., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Kiehl, H. R., and Shaver, 
assignors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Littleton, J. T., and Day, 
assignors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Mattoon, Deo R., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Nordberg, Martin E., as- 
signor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Nordberg, M. E., and 
Rumenapp, as.signors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Pond,.Leander N., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Smith, Robert K., assignor.) 

Cornish, Irving R. (See Paxton, J. W. and G. N., and 
Cornish.) 

Cornwell, Ralph T. K., assignor to Sylvania Industrial 
Corporation, Fredericksburg, Va. Article of manu- 
facture and producing the same. 2,365,455 ; Dec. 19. 

Cornwell, Ralph T. K., and C. M. Rosser, Fredericksburg, 
and J. A. Yourtee, Arlington, assignors to Sylvania In- 
dustrial Corporation, Fredericksburg, Va. ShrinUable 
article and producing same. 2,340,417 ; Apr. 11. 

Corp, Maurice J., Los Angeles, assignor to T. W. Burnam, 
Whittier, Calif. Liquid pump. 2,348,109 ; May 2. 

Corr, Irving, et al. (See Gross, Josejih. Hssignor.) 

Corral Uribe, Manuel, Mexico City, Mexico. Inviolable 
locking for envelopes. 2.358.490 : Sept. 19. 

Corren, Sidney A., Tottenville, Staten Island, assignor to 
Nassau Smelting & Refining Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Electrolytic refining of copper-bear- 
ing materials. 2,361,013 ; Oct. 24. 

Corrigan, John T., Newport, R. I. Variable pitch pro- 
peller. 2,352,186 ; June 27. 

Corset, Lucien A. M., Paris, France ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Remote reading electric indi- 
cator gauge. 2,353,148: July 11. 

Corso, Frank S., Beechhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
booth. 2,349,144; May 16. 

Corson, Ben B., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to ICoppers Com- 
pany. Sur-refining of coal-tar derivatives and the like. 
2,346,664 ; Apr. 18. 

Corson, Charles A., Painted Post, assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Compressor system. 
2,345,797 ; Apr. 4. 

Corte, Alfred, Glendale, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Gun 
turret. 2,362.887 ; Nov. 14. 

Corte, Alfred, Glendale, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Gun 
turret. 2,364,425 ; Dee. 5. 

Corte, Alfred, Glendale, Calif., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Gun turret 
mounting. 2,364,951 ; Dec. 12. 

Corte, Alfred, Glendale, and L. B. Browder, Burbank, 
Calif., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Lockheed 
Aircraft Corporation. Gun-sight interpupillary adjust- 
ment. 2,342,843 ; Feb. 29. 

Corteen, Harry, assignor to Tootal Broadhurst Lee Com- 
pany Limited, Manchester, England. Treatment of 
textile materials. 2,359,086 ; Sept. 26. 
Corteen, Harry, assignor to Tootal Broadhurst Lee Com- 
pany Limited, Manchester, England. Manufacture of 
collars for personal wear. 2,362,248; Nov. 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1944 



Cortes, Rafael P., deceased, by T. A. Cortes, Mexico City, 
Mexico, executrix. Apparatus for amusement and in- 
struction in aviation. 2,362,190 ; Nov. 7. 

Cortes, Teresa A., executrix. (See Cortgs, Rafael P.) 

Cortese, Francesco P., Highland Park, Mich. Wrist at- 
tached purse. 2,352,473 ; June 27. 

Cortez, Daniel, Washington, and C. Paternoster, Duquesne, 
Pa. Muffler. 2,353,998 ; July 18. 

Conner, Clyde J., Long Beach, Calif. Shockproof light 
fitting. 2,364.194 ; Dec. 5. 

Corwin, Howard D., assignor to Lake State Products, Inc., 
Jackson, Jlich. Steerable tail wlieel. 2,338,572 ; Jan. 4. 

Corwin, John F., and K. C. White, Bainbridge, assignors 
to The Borden Company, New York, N. Y. Bottle 
labeling adhesive. 2,351,109; June 13. 

Cory Glass Coffee Brewer Co. (See Alsdorf, James W., 
assignor.) 

Cory, Harvey, Chicago, 111. Coffee brewer. 2,359,405 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Cory, William, Chicago, 111. Rotary index file. 2,343,280 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Coryell, William C, Youngstown, Ohio. Airfield. 
2,344,131 ; Mar. 14. 

Cosand, Carl M., Cottonwood, Idaho. Airplane wing con- 
struction. 2,344,286 ; Mar. 14. 

Cosgriff, Joseph. (See Donner, Stephen N., assignor.) 

Cosgrove, Rex P., Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company. 
Urea-formaldehyde composition. 2,343,497 ; Mar. 7. 

Cosin, Joseph J., Brooklyn, assignor to Hughes-Autograf 
Brush Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Hairbrush 
cover. 2,363,647 ; Nov. 28. 

Cosmos Imperial Mills Limited. (See Monsaroff, Boris, 
as.signor. ) 

Cosper, Dale L., assignor to International Harvester 
Company, Auburn, Ind. Vehicle cab. 2,362,453 ; Nov. 
14. 

Coss, Harold T., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
]\lanville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufac- 
turing mineral wool products. 2,338,839 ; Jan. 11. 

Coss, Harold T., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method and 
apparatus for insulating structures. 2,356,827 ; Aug. 
29. 

Coss, Harold T., and W. M. MacAlpine, Somerville, and 
L. A. Hawthorne, Hillside, N. J., assignors to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufacturing 
Mineral wool and product. 2,356,826 ; Aug. 26. 

Coss, Harold T., Somerville, L. A. Hawthorne, Hillside, 
and J. H. Zettel, Somerville, N. J., assignors to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York. N. Y. Manufacturing 
felted mineral wool products. 2,357,042 ; Aug. 29. 

Cossor, A. C, Limited. (See Bedford, L. H., and Stevens, 
assignors.) 

Cossor, A. C, Limited. (See Fleming-Williams, Brian C, 
assignor.) 

Cossor, A. C, Limited. (See Strafford, Frederick R. W., 
assignor.) 

Costa, Edward J., and V. A. Ryan, assignors to Crown 
Cork & Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Cap. 
2.338.705 : Jan. 11. 

Costa, Jos6 A. Q., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Orthopedic 
arm. 2,350,339 ; June 6. 

Costa, Jos6 A. Q., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Orthopedic 
hands. 2.353,811 ; July 18. 

Costa, Joseph L., Hinsdale, 111., and W. H. Kahler, 
Saylesville, assignors to Manville Jenckes Corporation, 
Manville, R. I. Treatment of acid setting baths used 
in the manufacture of cellulose products from viscose. 
2,352,519 ; June 27. 

Costa, Thomas J., Teaneck, N. J. Armor shell for motor 
vehicles. 2,363.573; Nov. 28. 

Costello, Frank E., Philadelphia, Pa. Cartridge disas- 
sembling machine. 2,349,248 ; May 23. 

Costigan. Edward P., Milwaukee, Wis. Collapsible crate. 
2,350,673 ; June 6. 

Costley, Henry R., assignor to Nash-Kelvinator Corpora- 
tion, Kenosha, Wis. Polishing machine. 2,347,029 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Cotchett, Louis M., Hingham, assignor to Saco-Lowell 
Shops, Boston, Mass. Builder motion for spinning and 
twister frames. 2,357,580 ; Sept. 5. 

Cote, George H., Bridgeport, Conn. Toolholder. 
2,348,727; May 16. 

Cothran, Charles D. (See Burwick, L. W., Cothran, and 
Cunning.) 

Cothran, Charles D., Pomona, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Brodgdex Company. Processes of and 
compositions for protectively coating fresh fruits or 
vegetables. 2,303,232; Nov. 21. 

Cotter, Adelaide P., et al. (See Randall, Arthur F., 
assignor.) 

Cotter, Bart, assignor to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Window guide installation. 2,341,597 ; 
Feb. 15. 

Cotter, James L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing (Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,363,295 ; Nov. 21. 

Cotter, Milton A., Los Angeles, Calif. Sweatbox. 
2,346.827 ; Apr. 18. 

Cotterill, Ernest, Bralntree, assignor to Courtaulda Lim- 
ited, London, England. Warp knitting machine. 
. 2,339,153; Jan. 11. 



Cotterman, Frederick W., Dayton, Ohio. Electrically 
controlled automotive transmission. 2,343,955 ; Mar. 
14. 

Cotton, Aubrey P., St. Matthews, S. C. Drawer attach- 
ment for automobiles. 2,353,391 ; July 11. 

Cotton, Earl I., Lucerne, Wash. Drill bit sharpening 
mechanism. 2,345,100 ; Mar. 28. 

Cotton, Emery M., et al. (See Cotton, Loda L., as- 
signor.) 

Cotton, Loda L., Greenfield, assignor of one-sixth to 
G. B. McCully, one-sixth to E. M. Cotton, Shawnee, 
one-sixth to J. F. Gwaltney, Greenfield, and one-sixth 
to J. F. Walker, Geary, Okla. Grapple weight for 
aerial warfare. 2,360,332 ; Oct. 17. 

Cotton, William, Limited. (See Cooper, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company. (See Barber, Howard 
M., assignor.) 

Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company. (See Luehrs, Hans J., 
assignor.) 

Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company. (See Meyer, Joseph 
E., assignor.) 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Side frame. 2,338,684 ; Jan. 4. 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Tying and squaring means for car trucks. 
2,347,628; Apr. 25. 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Side bearing. 2,350,301 ; May 30. 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Truck. 2,360,649 ; Oct. 17. 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Car truck. 2,362,989 ; Nov. 21. 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, Frank B., 
assignor. ) 

Coty, Hazel G., administratrix. (See Coty, Thomas E.) 

Coty Machine Corporation. (See Coty, Thomas E., as- 
signor. ) 

Coty, Thomas E., deceased ; H. G. Coty, administratrix, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Coty Machine Cor- 
poration, Watertown, N. Y. Valve bag. 2,346,292 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor to The American Laundry 
Machinery Company, Norwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. Meas- 
uring device for fabric finishing machines. 2,348,330 ; 
May 9. 

Couch, Glenn F., assignor to The Symington-Gould Corpo- 
ration, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 2,347,463 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Couch, Glenn P., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to The Syming- 
ton-Gould Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,348,453 ; May 9. 

Couch, Harold D., Peshastin, Wash. Machine for han- 
dling boxes and similar articles. 2,350,449 ; June 6. 

Couch, Lloyd A., Eugene, Oreg. Railroad spike. 2,348,331 ; 
May 9. 

Couelle, Jacques, Marseille, France ; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Structural member. 2,356,386 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Coughlin, Daniel J., Dddevalla, Sweden. Cutting tool 
holder. 2,345,462 ; Mar. 28. 

Coughlin, David J., assignor of one-third to P. Owens, 
Portage, Wis. Bicycle parking rack. 2,357,504; 
Sept. 5. 

Coulson, Silas, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Apparatus for 
electroplating cylinders. 2,351,586 ; June 20. 

Coultas, Wilbur J. (See Paradise, L. A., and Cbultas.) 

Coultas, Wilbur J. (See Paradise, L. A., Coultas, and 
Dort.) 

Coultas, Wilbur J., and E. T. Johnson, assignors to Deere 
& Company, Moline, 111. Tractor mower. 2,342,844 ; 
Feb. 29. 

Coulton, John S., Cleveland, and I. R. Disbro, Lake- 
wood, assignors to The W. S. Tyler Company. Method 
of and apparatus for ventilating elevator cars. 
2,350,389 ; June 6. 

Counts, Kermit A., Winchester, Tenn. Wooden wagon 
and spring therefor. 2,353,999 ; July 18. 

Courage, Albert, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Traction de- 
vice for skis. 2,358,213 ; Sept. 12. 

Courson, Dla L., Remerton, Ga. Tobacco stick. 2,359,357 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Court, Prank T. (See Brown, T., and Court.) 

Court, Prank T. (See Neighbour, L. B., Court, and 
Haverstick.) 

Court, Frank T., assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 111. 
Corn harvester. 2,351,807 ; June 20. 

Court, Kenneth, assignor to Gelatin Products Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Dispensing capsule. 2,365,524 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Courtaulda Limited. (See Berry, John K., assignor.) 

Courtaulds Limited. (See Cotterill, Ernest, assignor.) 

Courtaulds Limited. (See MacGregor, James H., as- 
signor.) 

Courtaulds Limited. (See McFarlane, Robert A., as- 
signor.) 

Courtaulds Limited. (See White, George, assignor.) 

Courtaulds Limited. (See Wilcock, Clifford C. assignor.) 
Courtney, Edward J., Oaklyn, N. J. Pressure gauge. 
2,360,202 : Oct. 10. 

Courtney, Orley R., Lansing, Mich. Airplane wing con- 
struction. 2,356,918 ; Aug. 29. 

Couse, Kibbey W., Newark, N. J. Combination scoop-and- 
boom structure. 2,354.740 ; Aug. 1. 



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Couse, Kibbey W., Newark, N. J. Automotive vehicle rut 
filler and antiskid structure. 2,355,204; Aug. 8. 

Couse, Kibbey W., Newark, N. J. Portable emergency 
work and supply shop. 2,358,446 ; Sept. 19. 

Couse, Kibbey \V., Newark, N. J. Center drilling de- 
vice. 2,365,939 ; Dec. 26. 

Couse, Kibbev W., Newark, N. J. Traveling workshop. 
2,365,940 ; Dec. 26. ^ , ^ 

Cousiuo, Walter P., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Motor vehicle lighting. 
2,347,085 ; Apr. 18. 

Cousino, Walter P., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Injection molding ap- 
paratus. 2,362,469 ; Nov. 14. 

Cousins, Claude H., Kansas City, Mo. Stair rail bracket 
hanger. 2,340,367 ; Feb. 1. 

Cousins, Van M., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Push-pull amplifier. 2,338,410 ; Jan. 4. 

Couturier, Alfred L., Orelans, France; vested in the Alien 
Property Custodian. Air tube for pneumatic tires. 
2,356,508; Aug. 22. 

Covell, Ernest G., assignor of one-half to J. W. Hogg, 
Springfield. Mo. Priding furniture. 2,362,116 ; Nov. 7. 

Coventry Climax EJngines Limited. (See Hathaway, 
Lawrence, assignor.) 

Coventry Gauge & Tool Company Limited. (See Jcllis, 
Morgan, assignor.) 

Coventry Gauge & Tool Company Limited. (See Wain- 
wright, John E., assignor.) 

Coventry, Rose M., Boise, Idaho. Hair drier. 2,340,558 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Cover, Ralph, and G. Osburn, assignors to The United 
Companv. Westminster, Md. Method of and machine 
for husking corn. 2,358,961 ; Sept. 26. 

Covert, Alfred D. (See Hartsell, C. L., and Covert.) 

Covert, Alfred D., Detroit, Mich. Nonsettling putty. 
2,344,130 ; Mar. 14. 

Covey, Charles H., assignor to The Marietta Concrete 
Corporation, Marietta, Ohio. Silo and the like and the 
production thereof. 2,361,272 ; Oct. 24. 

Cowan, Alfred M., Addingham, England. Metal rein- 
forced fibrous sheet. 2,359,205 ; Sept. 26. 

Cowan, Charles H., Jr., Stonington, Conn. Bottle cap 
remover. 2,347,734 ; May 2. 

Cowan, Elmer G.. and J. M. Coder, Claysburg, assignors 
to General Refractories Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Drop-mud method of and apparatus for molding brick. 
2,352,771 ; July 4. 

Cowan, John W., Milton, Mass. Filing cabinet. 2,363,574; 
Nov. 28. 

Coward, Annaree S. (See Coward, Robert F., Jr., and 
A. S.) 

Coward, Robert F., Jr., and A. S., Memphis, Tenn. Apron. 
2,361,088 : Oct. 24. 

Coward, William II.. New Rochelle, N. Y. Micrometer. 
2,344.498; Mar. 21. 

Cowbourne, Spencer E., Arlington, Mass. Door and win- 
dow frame. 2,341,906 ; Feb. 15. 

Cowell, Edward N. (See Bullard, B. P., Ill, Cowell, and 
Mussler. ) 

Cowell, Edward N. (See Bullard, E. P., Ill, Mussler, 
Lange, Cowell, and Alvey.) 

Cowell, Frederick R., assignor to Klrkstall Forge Limited, 
Leeds, England. Internally expanding brake. 2,348,960 ; 
May 16. 

Cowell, Frederick R., assignor to Kirkstall Forge Limited, 
Leeds, England. Internally expanding brake. 2,350,878 ; 
June 6. 

Cowey, Leonard B., Kew Gardens, England. Aircraft 
landing gear. 2,346,010 ; Apr. 4. 

Cowgill, Harry B., ,Ir., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Spotting 
dolly for airplanes and the like. 2,357,633 ; Sept. 5. 

Cowin and Company. (See Cowin, James, assignor.) 

Cowin, James, deceased ; M. P. Cowin and Northwestern 
National Bank of Minneapolis, administrators, assignors 
to Cowin and Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Securing 
means for insulating panels. 2,363,296 ; Nov. 21. 

Cowin, Marion P., administrator, et al. (See Cowin, 
James.) 

Cowin, Stuart H., ChicagQ, 111., assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Electrical protec- 
tive system. 2,342,845 ; Feb. 29. 

Cowles Company, The. (See Cowles, Edwin, assignor.) 
Cowles, Edwin, Cayuga, N. Y., assignor to The Cowles 
Company, Princeton, N. J. Apparatus for screening 
paper pulp. 2,338,904 : Jan. 11. 
Cowles, Edwin, Cayuga, N. Y., assignor to The Cowles 
Company, Princeton. N. J. Removing trash from paper 
pulping machines. 2,340,511 ; Feb. 1. 
Cowles, Edwin. Cayuga, N. Y.. assignor to The Cowles 
Company, Princeton, N. J. Method and apparatus for 
treating paper stock. 2,351,492 : June 13. 
Cowles, Edwin, Cayuga, N. Y., assignor to The Cowles 
Company, Princeton, N. J. Apparatus for refining 
paper stock. 2.357,316 ; Sept. 5. 
Cowles, Irving, et al., successor co^trustees. (See Cowles, 

Irving, assignor.) 
Cowles, Irving, Detroit, Mich., assignor to I. Cowles and 
R. W. Lotz, Chicago, 111., successor co-trustees to 
Union Bank of Chicago., 111. Detachable hose coupling. 
2.365,747 : Dec. 26. 
Cowley, William E. (See Dillman, E. J., and Cowley.) 



Cowper, Frank M., Sutton, assignor to The Amalgamated 
Dental Company Limited, London, England. Clamping 
means. 2,348,961 ; May 16. 

Cox, Arthur, assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson Lim- 
ited, Leicester, England. Optical objective of the tele- 
photo type. 2,354,503 ; July 25. 

Cox, Charles L., Jr., assignor to Robert Hetherington 
and Son, Inc., Sharon Hill, Pa. Switch. 2,345,240 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Cox, Clifford B. (See Schlenz, H. E., and Cox.) 

Cox, Davis D., Fairfield, Ala., assignor to Tennessee Coal, 
Iron & Railroad Company. Hurdle washer. 2,356,653 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Cox, Edwin, assignor to Virginia-Carolina Cliemlcal Cor- 
poration, Richmond, Va. Acidulated grass or legu- 
minous fodder with nontoxic corrosion Inhibitor. 
2,354,417 ; July 25. 

Cox, Elmer T., Powell Station, Tenn. Cleaning pad. 
2,345,730 ; Apr. 4. 

Cox, George D., assignor to Williams and Marcus Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet scoring and severing 
machine. 2,347,254; Apr. 25. 

Cox, Harry P., Jr., assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 
Ijancnstor, Pa. Bottle blowing machine. 2,347,181 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Cox, Irvin W., West Allis, assignor to Cutler-Hammer, Inc. 
Milwaukee, Wis. Electrical contact tip and making 
same. 2.347,172 ; Apr. 25. 

Cox, Irvin W., West Allis, assignor to Cutler-Hammer, 
Inc., Alilwaukee, Wis. Pressure molded metallic com- 
position article and support therefor and making the 
same. 2,361,089 ; Oct. 24. 

Cox, Jacob D., Montebello, Calif. Lawn sprinkler. 
2,360,203; Oct. 10. 

Cox, James L. (See Biggs, O. H., and Cox.) 

Cox, John T., Jr. (See Novotny, C. K., and Cox, Jr.) 

Cox, John W., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Electron switching device. 
2,339,682 ; Jan. 18. 

Cox, John W., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Electron switching for speed 
control circuits. 2,356,221 ; Aug. 22. 

Cox, Joseph H. (See Myers, H. C, and Cox.) 

Cox, Joseph H., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Vapor electric device. 2,342,791 ; Feb. 29. 

Cox, Nellie L.. administratrix. (See Cox, Percy.) 

Cox, Norman L., Claymont, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Production 
of cellulosic structures. 2,347,883 ; May 2. 

Cox, Norman L., Claymont, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Producing 
cellulosic structures. 2,347,884 ; May 2. 

Cox, Norman L.. Claymont, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Production 
of cellulosic structures. 2,364,273 ; Dec. 5. 

Cox, Parker G., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Self-cleaning 
filter element. 2,365,525 ; Dec. 19. 

Cox, Percy, deceased, Keston Park, England ; N. L. Cox, 
administratrix. Explosively actuated apparatus for 
perforating submerged or other articles. 2,355,513 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Cox, Ralph, Jr.,, Pittsburgh, Pa. Rotary wing for air- 
craft. 2,362,804; Nov. 14. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Producing trimethylolnitromethane. 
2,347.312 ; Apr. 25. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Producing a resin acid lac- 
tone. 2,355,782 ; Aug. 15. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Dihydro resin acids and pre- 
paring. 2,360,204; Oct. 10. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Compositions of matter and 
producing. 2,360,205 ; Oct. 10. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Composition of matter and 
preparation. 2,360,206 ; Oct. 10. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Composition of matter and 
producing. 2,360,207 ; Oct. 10. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Composition of matter and 
preparation. 2,360,309 ; Oct. 10. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Treatment of terpene alcohols. 
2,361,532 ; Oct. 31. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Production of a resinous ma- 
terial. 2,362,888 ; Nov. 14. 

Cox, Robert R., La Junta, Colo. Article of food and 
making the same. 2,345,463 ; Mar. 28. 

Cox & Stevens Aircraft Corporation. (See Huntley, 
H. B., and Vandersteel, assizors.) 

Cox, Thomas K., Randallstown, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Making retractile cords. 2,339,683 ; Jan. 18. 

Cox, Walter A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Johnson & 
Johnson. Method and apparatus for grinding and pol- 
ishing ligatures. 2,355,907 ; Aug. 15. 



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Coxe, Charles D., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Reming- 
ton Arms Company, Inc. Ammunition. 2,341,264 ; 
Feb. 8. 

Coxe. Charles D., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc. Apparatus for making 
metallic shapes. 2..3.")6,222 ; Aug. 22. 

Coxe, Charles D., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc. Ammunition. 2,359,087 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Coxe, Joseph A., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Bronson 
Reel Company, Bronson, Blich. Fishing reel spool. 
2,344,132 ; Mar. 14. 

Coxe, Joseph A., Los Angeles, Calif., and R. P. McMahon, 
assignors to Bronson Reel Company, Bronson, Mich. 
Fishing reel. 2,347,173; Apr. 25. 

Coxon, George E., Cicero, assignor to Stewart-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 2,359,€23 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Coxon George E., Cicero, and W. H. Farr, assignors to 
Stewart-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Electric 
windshield wiper. 2,364,603 ; Dec. 12. 

Coyle, John F., Jlitchell, Nebr. Potato digger. 2,345,241 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Coyle, William E., Shreveport, La. Fruit juice extractor. 
2,345,731 ; Apr. 4. 

Coyliondro, Dominiclc J., Port Chester, N. Y. Brush 
wiper attachment for containers. 2.342,454 ; Feb. 22. 

Coyne, Howard L., Rockville Centre, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Switching mechanism. 2,347,735 ; May 2. 

Coyne, William K., assignor to Dough-King, Inc., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Doughnut machine. 2,362,191 : Nov. 7. 

Cozad, William K., Mercer, Pa. Rotating machine. 
2,361,273 ; Oct. 24. 

Cozzens, Charles t)., and E. M. Splaine, assignors to 
American Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Oph- 
thalmic mounting. 2,356.148; Aug. 22. 

Cozzoli, Frank J., Plainfield, N. J. Tube testing means 
2,339,460 ; Jan. 18. 

Crabbs, Herbert J., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,345,034 ; Mar. 28. 

Crabbs, Herbert J., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Wostinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,347,030 ; Apr. 18. 

Crabtree, J. A., & Co. Limited. (See (McLoughlin, H. F., 
assignor). Hill, Morgan, and Wintle.) 

Craddock, Gerald V., New York, N. Y., and E. E. Franz, 
Cranford. N. J., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Coil unit. 
2,339,054; Jan. 11. 

Craft, Frank. (See Paul, Elihu T., assignor.) 

Craft Manufacturing Co. (See Swann. Charles E., as- 
signor. ) 

Craft, William B. (See Jones, R. C, and Craft.) 

Crafts, Curtis S., Oak Park, assignor to The Goss Print- 
ing Press Company, Chicago, 111. Folding and delivery 
mechanism. 2,353,445 ; July 11. 

Crafts, Curtis S.. Oak Park, assignor to The Goss Print- 
ing Press Company, Chicago, 111. Plate clamp for 
printing cylinders. 2,356.305 ; Aug. 22. 

Crafts, Walter, Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Electro 
Metallurgical Company. Deep hardening silicon ti- 
tanium steel. 2.-343,956 ; Mar. 14. 

Crafts, Walter, and C. G. Chadwick, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to Electro Metallurgical Company. Deep 
drawing steels and making the same. 2,357,876 ; Sept. 
12. 

Crago, Harry R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Selective rate control system. 
2,339.618 : Jan. 18. 

Crago, Harry R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Heating system. 2,366,003 ; Dec. 
26. 

Crago, Paul H., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical 
relay. 2,353,392; July 11. 

Craidon, George, et al. (See Klonaris, John, assignor.) 

Craig, Albert P., Morgan Hill, asssignor to Food Ma- 
chinery Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Hose clamp. 
2,349,538 ; May 23. 

Craig. Burnie J., Los Angeles County, Calif. Automotive 
vehicle construction. 2,349,940 ; May 30. 

Craig, Burnie J., Los Angeles County, Calif. Transmis- 
sion. 2,350,989 ; June 13. 

Craig, F.iirnie J.. Los Angeles County, Calif. Hydraulic 
medium. 2.350.990; June 13. 

Craig, David, Silver Lake Village, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The B. F. Goodrich Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Isomerization of conjugated diolefins. 2,347,667 ; 
May 2. 

Craig. David. Silver Lake, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Distillation of 
volntile water-insoluble materials from aqueous polymer 
dispprsions. 2.362,052 ; Nov. 7. 

Craig, Ernest and R., Falconbridge, Ontario, Canada. Re- 
moving detachable drill bits from drill rods. 2,343,445 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Craig, Ernest, Falconbridge Township, Sudbury District, 
and Robert Craig, North Bay. Ontario, Canada. 
Vibratnrv machine. 2.348.332: l\fay 9. 

Craig, Francis A., assignor to Economic Machinery Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Safety device for labeling 
machines. 2,339,055 ; Jan. 11. 



Craig, Henry W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Mounting for fuel tanks. 
2,354,438 ; July 25. 

Craig, Ollison, assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, Wor- 
cester, Mass. Burner. 2,351,928 ; June 20. 

Craig, Palmer M., Cheltenham, assignor to Philco Radio 
and Television Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Loop 
antenna. 2,339,619 ; Jan. 18. 

Craig, Palmer H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Invex 
Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Cooling glass walled 
bodies. 2,357,727 ; Sept. 5. 

Craig, Robert. (See Craig, Ernest and R.) 

Craig, Robert, Heswall, and L. S. Harber, said Harber 
assignor to Baker Perkins Limited, Peterborough, and 
said Craig assignor to Lever Brothers & Unilever 
Limited, Port Sunlight, England. Process and ap- 
paratus for molding soap. 2,354,000 ; July 18. 

Craig, W. E. (See Hester, W. F., and Craig.) . 

Craig, Walter F., Jr. (See Asimow, M., Craig, and Grav- 
enstreter.) 

Craig, William L., Westport, Conn., assignor to R. T. Van- 
derbilt Company, Inc. Method of coating. 2,355,953 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Craig, William L., Westport, Conn., assignor to R. T. 
Vanderbilt Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Coating 
compositions. 2,360,828 ; Oct. 24. 

Craine, Inc. (See Craine, Zur W., assignor.) 

Craine, Zur W., assignor to Craine, Inc., Norwich, N. Y. 
Silo and silo spacer bar. 2.341,763 ; Feb. 15. 

Crake, Wilfred S. E. (See Collins, Donald B.) 

Crake, Wilfred S. E., Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Bottom 
hole regulator. 2,351,322 ; June 13. 

Crake, Wilfred St. M. E., Houston, Tex., assignor to 
Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Oil 
well liner screen. 2,353,881 ; July 18. 

Crake, Wilfred S. E., Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Oil well 
drill bit. 2,365,941 ; Dec. 26. 

Cram Company, The. (See Cram, Hervey G., assignor.) 

Cram, Hervey G., assignor to The Cram Company, Inc., 
Appleton, Wis. Thin stock regulator. 2,353,149 ; 
July 11. 

Cramer, Bruce, Tolland, Conn. Illuminating apparatus. 
2,.345,382 ; Mar. 28. 

Cramer, Harold W. (See Cramer, R. A., R. A., Jr., and 
H. W.) 

Cramer, Leonard F. (See Knoop, W. A., Jr., and Cramer.) 

CJramer, Roy A., Kansas City, Mo. Posture chair. 
2,356,507 ; Aug. 22. 

Cramer, Roy A., R. A.. Jr., and H. W., Kansas City, Mo. 
Posture chair. 2,342,921 ; Feb. 29. 

Cramer, Roy A., Jr. (See Cramer, R. A., R. A., Jr., and 
H. W.) 

Crampton, Donald K., Marion, and H. L. Burgholf, as- 
signors to Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated, 
Waterbury, Conn. Copper-base alloy. 2,338,756 ; 
Jan. 11. 

Crampton Manufacturing Company. (See Pleasant, 
H. E., and Keller, assignors.) 

Crampton, Paul G., Arlington, N. J. Coin holder for 
making change. 2,354,001 ; July 18. 

Cramwinckel, Arnaud, and F. L. van Weenen, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands ; vested in tlie Alien Property Custodian. 
Film apparatus. 2,349,941 ; May 30. 

Cramwinckel, Arnaul, and C. J. Dippel, Eindhoven, Neth- 
erlands ; vested in the Alien Property Custodian. De- 
vice for mechanical recording. 2,353,547 ; July 11. 

Crandall Dry Dock Engineers Inc. (See Crandall, James 
S., assignor.) 

Crandall, James S., Lexington, assignor to Crandall Dry 
Dock Engineers Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Boat storage 
system and apparatus. 2,347,396 ; Apr. 25. 

Crandell, Dean D., assignor to National Gypsum Company, 
Buffalo, N. Y. Manufacture of set stabilized plaster. 
2,355.058 ; Aug. 8. 

Crandell, Ervin L., Wellesley, assignor to Compo Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Boston, Mass. Method and ap- 
paratus for the cementing of articles. 2,342,846 : Feb. 
29. 

Crandell, Ervin L., Wellesley, assignor to Compo Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Boston, Mass. Manufacture 
of footwear and parts therefor. 2.360,763; Oct. 17. 

Crane, Amos W. (See Fletcher, C. L., and Crane.) 

Crane, Carl J., Phoenix, Ariz. Stall, skid, and slip warn- 
ing device for aircraft. 2.343,281 ; Mar. 7. 

Crane, Carl J., Salina, Kans. Navigation instruction 
device. 2,358,793 ; Sept. 26. 

Crane, Carl J., Fairfield, and R. K. Stout, Dayton, Ohio. 
Navigational control means. 2,356,828 ; Aug. 29. 

Crane, Carl J., and R. K. Stont, Davton, Ohio. Naviga- 
tional control means. 2.363,401 ; Nov. 21. 

Trane, Carlton L. (.See Hiatt, O. D., and Crane.) 

Crane, Carlton L. (See Malm, C. J., and Crane.) 

Crane Co. (See Bryant, Corwin W.. assignor.) 

Crane Co. (See Carlson, Otto M., assignor.) 

Crane Co. (See Carlson, Ralph O., assignor.) 

Crane Co. (See Fawkes, Donald G., assignor.) 

(T^rane Co. (See Fennema, R., De Craeiie, Dopp, and Yen- 
ton. assignors.) 

Crane Co. (See Jadach, Andrew, assignor.) 

Crane Co. (See Kacena, J. J., and Kelly, assignors.) 

Crane Co. (See Nevvniiin, T. P.. and Ashby, assignors.) 

Crane Co. (See Newton, Norman B., assignor.) 



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Crane Co. (See Oravec, Emil G., assignor.) 
Crane Co. (See Stone, Carl K., assignor.) 

Crane Co. (See Vandenberg, P. W., and Kacena, as- 
signors.) 

Crane Co. (See Venton, F. R., and Gleeson, assignors.) 

Urane Co. (See Ziegler, N. A., and Northrup, assignors.) 

Crane, Edward V., Bx-ooklyn, N. Y., and F. Auer, Palisades 
Park, N. J., assignors to E. W. Bliss Company, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Sheet handling mechanism. 2,342.573 ; Feb. 22. 

Crane, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa. Article dispensing con- 
tainer. 2,354,741 ; Aug. 1. 

Crane I'ackmg Company. (See Matter, Albert J., as- 
signor.) 

Crane Packing Company. (See Snyder, Russel D., as- 
signor.) 

Crane, Paul W., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Treating plastic sheeting. 2,360,650; Oct. 17. 

Crane, Paul W., Montclair, and R. T. Fields, Arlington, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus for cutting tapered 
filaments. 2,343,887 ; Mar. 14. 

Crane, Roland G., Woodbridge, and M. F. Perkins, Barber, 
N. J., assignors to American Smelting and Rening Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y'. Metal vapor condensation. 
2,348,194 ; May 9. 

Crane, Walton B., assignor to Alpak, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Container. 2,347,183 ; Apr. 25. 

Crane, Walton B., Los Angeles, Calif. ; said Crane as- 
signor to Morris Paper Mills, Chicago, 111. Bottle 
holder. 2,362,990 ; Nov. 21. 

Cranmer, Richard S., Philadelphia, and C. A. Pittman, 
Jr., Sellersvllle, assignors to Philco Radio and Tele- 
vision Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic pho- 
nograph. 2,339,981 ; Jan. 25. 

Crary, Selden B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric circuit. 2,360,110 ; Oct. 
10. 

Crary, Selden B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Synchronism control system. 
2,363,833 ; Nov. 28. 

Crass, Merton J., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Portable cable 
tape winding machine. 2,361,014 ; Oct. 24. 

Crater, Willard de C, Newark, assignor to Hercules Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Blasting explosive. 
2,340,304 : Feb. 1. 

Crater, Willard D., Newark, assignor to Hercules Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of dini- 
trotoluene. 2,362,743 ; Nov. 14. 

Crater, Willard D., Newark, assignor to Hercules Powder 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Nitration apparatus. 
2,363,834; Nov. 28. 

Cravath, Albert B., National City, assignor to Solar Air- 
craft Company, San Diego, Calif. Depth gauge. 
2,359,511; Oct. 3. 

Cravath, Austin M., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to The 
Union Switch and Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Ap- 
paratus for generating coded alternating current. 
2,348,525 ; May 9. 

Cravath, Austin M., San Francisco, and G. L. Hassler, 
Berkeley, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Radiological exploration system. 
2,361,274 ; Oct. 24. 

Craven, Howard F. (See Hill, James H., assignor.) 

Craver, John K., Affton, assignor to Monsanto Chemical 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Polyvinyl acetal resin com- 
position. 2,339,056 ; Jan. 11. 

Cravits. Phillip, Jr. (See JlacLean, D., Eldridge, and 
Cravits.) 

Crawford, Archie B., Independence, Mo., assignor to 
Remington Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Hopper feed device. 2,341,265 ; Feb. 8. 

Crawford, Charles A., et al. (See Brickley, James L., 
assignor.) 

Crawford, Chester C, Berkeley, and T. W. Evans, Oak- 
land, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Production of hypohalous acid solu- 
tions. 2.347,151 ; Apr. 18. 

Crawford Door Company. (See Hufferd, G. H., and 
Graham, assignors.) 

Crawford. James B., Moline, 111., assignor of one-half to 
L. O. Morford, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Fruit husking ma- 
chine. 2.362.356 ; Nov. 7. 

Crawford, John. Detroit, and G. M. Wiegand, assignors 
to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. Vibration 
damper. 2.346.732 ; Apr. 18. 

Crawford, John F., assignor to J. I. Case Company, Ra- 
cine. Wis. Casting machine. 2,340,262 ; Jan. 25. 

Crawford. Loyal F., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker conveyer. 2,344,602 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Crawford, Millard F., Jackson, La. Section lined pump 
shell for dredging. 2,365,058 ; Dec. 12. 

Crawford, Robert B. P., Miami, Fla., assignor to Min- 
neapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Air conditioning system. 2,359,624 : Oct. 3. 

Crawford. Sherman B., Ponca City, Okla. Dehydrating 
apparatus. 2,364,274; Dec. 5. 

Crawford. Thomas D., R. L. Woodall, and A. G. Osterberg. 
H.inimond. Tnd. Steam engine valve mechanism. 
2..344.802 : Mar. 21. 

Crawford. William, Glasgow, Scotland. Structural unit. 
2,365,175 ; Dec. 19. 



Creager, Chester F., York, Pa. Table. 2,364,604 ; Dec. 
12. 

Creagmile, John L., Oakland, Calif. Wheel alignment 
gauge. 2,346,360; Apr. 11. 

Cream City Trimming Co. (See Pike, John E., as.signor.) 

Cream Cone Machine Company, The. (See Taylor, Carl 
R., assignor.) 

Creamer, Norman G., Huntington, W. Va., assignor of 
forty-nine per cent to A. L. Perry, R. W. Sayre, and 
C. R. Schurman. Bottle crate filling machine. 
2,358,447 ; Sept. 19. 

Creange, Arthur L., assignor to American Photocopy 
Equipment Co., C!hicago, 111. Photoprinting device. 
Re 22 575 • Dec 12. 

Crecca, John'D., U. s! Navy. Arc welding. 2,348,728; 
May 16. 

Crecelius, Samuel B. (See Rheineck, A. E., and Crecelius.) 

Credo. Julius. (See Lissauer, A. W., and Credo.) 

Creed and Company Limited. (See Mason, Frederick P., 
assignor.) 

Creed and Company Limited. (See Salmon, Reginald D., 
assignor.) 

Creed and Company Limited. (See Salmon, R. D., and 
Kirchel. assignors.) 

Creed, Hickman N., Lafayette, La. Holder for bottles. 
2,340,645 ; Feb. 1. 

Creelman, George D., Mountain Lakes, assignor to The 
M. W. Kellogg Co., Jersey City, N. J. Catalytically 
processing hydrocarbon oils. 2,338,573 ; Jan. 4. 

Creighton, James A., Hamburg, N. Y., assignor to Bethle- 
hem Steel Company. Combination burner. 2,344,203 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Cremer, George D., Pelham Manor, assignor to Hardy 
Metallurgical Company, New York, N. Y. Powder 
metallurgy. 2.342,037 ; Feb. 15. 

Cremer, George D., Pelham Manor, assignor to Hardy 
Metallurgical Company, New York, N. Y. Powder met- 
allurgy. 2,355,954; Aug. 15. - 

Crepe de Chine, Inc. (See Hathorne, B. L., and Seem, 
assignors.) 

Crepeau, Ernest A., Haverhill, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Plemington, N. J. Meth- 
od of and apparatus for cement-attaching soles to 
shoes. 2,342,725 ; Feb. 29. 

Creveling, John L., Tucson, Ariz. Pumping means. 
2,344,287 ; Mar. 14. 

Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric ship propulsion system. 
2,357,086 ; Aug. 29. 

Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, and J. L. Stratton, Sche- 
nectady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Regulating circuit. 2,363.857 ; Nov. 28. 

Crew, Charles W. (See Frisch, W. R., and Crew.) 

Crew, Morris W., assignor to The Hotstream Heater 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Draft regulator. 

2,346,559 ; Apr. 11. 

Crew, Morris W., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Hot- 
stream Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Electric 
control gauge. 2,357,877 ; Sept. 12. 

Crew, Morris W., assignor to The Hotstream Heater Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Pressure control device. 
2.357,878; Sept. 12. 

Crewson, George G., Buffalo, N. Y. Controlling device for 
drying apparatus. 2,347,936 ; May 2. 

Cribben and Sexton Company. (See Cook, James M., 
assignor.) 

Crichton, Francis D., Washington, D. C. Picture frame. 
2,3.54,183; July 25. 

Crickmer. (iharles S., Dallas, Tex. Wire line guide. 

2.347.885 ; May 2. 

Crickmer. Charles S., Dallas, Tex. Well swab. 2,358,908 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Criddle, Edward S., Franklin, Tenn. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 2,356,033 ; Aug. 15. 

Crider, Stephen M., Criders, Va. Brooder. 2,363,483 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Crider, Stephen M., Criders, Va. Brooder. 2,363,484 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Crighton, William T., assignor to Producers Creamery 
Company, Springfield, Mo. Producing butterfat. 
2.358,214; Sept. 12. 

Criley, William W., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Clutch con- 
trol. 2.342.645 ; Feb. 29. 

Criley, William W., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Control 
mechanism. 2,357.779 ; Sept. 5. 

Criley, William W., Shaker Heights, assignor to The 
Ajax Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Forg- 
ing machine. 2.343,403 ; Mar. 7. 

Criley, William W., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Ajax 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Forging 
shovel sockets and the like. 2.344.803; Mar. 21. 

Crim, Otis P.. Anderson, Ind. Feeding trough for live- 
stock. 2.342.180 : Feb. 22. 

Cripps, Ray H., South Gate, assignor to Sawyer Electri- 
cal Mfg. Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Torque tester. 
2,348,175 ; May 2. 

Crismon, Leo T., Louisville, Ky. Book lettering table. 

2.347.886 ; May 2. 

Crispell. Loren N., Kingston, Pa. Shock strut. 2,357,505 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Crist, Philip W., Roselle Park, and S. G. Johansson, Cran- 
ford, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Soldering apparatus. 
2,347,397 ; Apr. 25. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1944 



Criswell, Carmer, assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Crankshaft. 2,365,394; Dec. 19. 

Critchfield, Robert M., Anderson, Ind., assignor to Gen- 
eral Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Flywheel. 
2,341,695 ; Feb. 15. 

Critchfield, Robert M., P. L. Schneider, and B. H. Short, 
Anderson, Ind., assignors to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Horn control system. 2,350,390 ; 
June 6. 

Crites, Loo C, Wooster, Ohio. Pressure cooker. 2,357,634 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Crites, Wilbur J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Apparatus for producing wells. 
2,347,768: May 2. 

Crites, Wilbur J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Secondary recovery apparatus. 
2,347,769 ; May 2. 

Crites, Wilbur J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Drivehead. 2,347,812 ; May 2. 

Crites, Wilbur J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor To Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Hydraulic coupling. 2,358,058 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Crites, Wilbur J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Comi>any. Well equipment. 2,362,249 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Critser, Lee, Denver, and H. G. Menchner, Fort Lupton, 
assignors to Automatic Air Gauge, Inc., Keenesburg, 
Colo. Tire pressure indicator. 2,347,541 ; Apr. 25. 

Crittenden, Philip L., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
control valve. 2,339,380; Jan. 18. 

Crittenden, Philip L., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor valve. 2,366,004 ; Dec. 26. 

Crocker, Ernest O., Wasliington, D. C, and W. E. Breuner, 
Oakland, Calif. Safety ski binding. 2,364,620 ; Dec. 12. 

Crocker, Glyn H., Cortland, assignor to J. C. Penney 
Company, New York, N. Y. Undergarment. 2,363,648 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Crocker, John C, Ware Shoals, S. C. Check strap. 
2,350,495 ; June 6. 

Crocker, Thomas P., Chicago, 111., assignor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc. Telephone system. 

2.359.625 ; Oct. 3. 

Crocker, Thomas F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc. Telephone system. 

2.359.626 : Oct. 3. 

Crocker, William D. (See Gibson, R. H., and Crocker.) 

Crockett, Frank L., Tenants Harbor, Maine, assignor to 
Whitin Machine Works, Whitlnsville, Mass. Cotton 
comber. 2,353,812 : July 18. 

Crockett, Frank L., Tenants Harbor, Maine, assignor to 
Whitin Machine Works, Whitlnsville, Mass. Comber 
calender roll. 2,356,034 ; Aug. 15. 

Croco. Carlton W. (See Murphy, A. R., Rossander, 
Croco, and Tinker.) 

Croft, Cyril M., and W. H. Hindle, Cumberland, Md., as- 
signors to Celanese Corporation of America. Dyeing 
cellulose derivatives. 2,344,973 ; Mar. 28. 

Croft, Cyril M., and W. H. Hindle, Cumberland, Md., as- 
signors to Celanese Corporation of America. Dyeing 
cellulose derivatives. 2,344.974 ; Mar. 28. 

Croft, Cyril M., and A. W. Bergeron, Chimberland, and F. 
G. Dodge, La Vale, Md., assignors to Celanese Corpora- 
tion of America. Winding apparatus. 2,353,653 ; July 
18. 

Croft, George M., assignor to Blaw-Knox Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Treating metal strip. 2,359,088 ; Sept. 
26. 

Crofut, William E., Jr., Beachwood Village, Ohio. Foot 
protector. 2,339,057 ; Jan. 11. 

Croggon, Owen F., Hyattsville, Md. Gravity-actuated 
figure toy. 2,365,522 ; Dec. 19. 

Crom, John M., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Reinforced con- 
crete construction. 2,342,181 ; Feb. 22. 

Crom, John M., Washington, D. C. Method of and appa- 
ratus for banding tanks. 2,364,696 ; Dec. 12. 

Crommey, George, New York, N. Y. Cigarette package. 
2,342.646 : Feb. 29. 

Crompton, George, Jr., Worcester, Mass. Take-up for 
looms. 2,343.135 ; Feb. 29. 

Crompton, George, Jr., assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Peripheral diamond abrasive wheel 
and making same. 2,343,957 ; Mar. 14. 

Crompton, George, Jr., assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Honing machine. 2,356,223 ; Aug. 22. 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Bergstrom, 
Carl P., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Bergstrom, 
C. P., and Payne, assignors.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Brouwer, Benja- 
min W., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Chevrette, Au- 
gustin J., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Darwin, Clifford, 
assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Fletcher, N., 
and Robb, assignors.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Guerin, Ernest 
P., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Holmes, El- 
bridge R., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Hutchins, Al- 
lan S., assignor.) 



Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Jennings, Victor 
H., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Jennings, V. H., 
and Wakefield, assignors.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Ladden, John 
J., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Patterson, Wal- 
ter A., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Payne, Oscar 
v., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. ( See Robb, Walter Y., 
assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See San ton, Elliot 
A., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Turner, Richard 
G., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Wakefield, 
Walter H., assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Whitin, Herbert 
A., assignor.) 

Cromwell, Richard A., North (Jharlestown, N. H. Ski cut- 
ting machine. 2,361,820 ; Oct. 31. 

Cronin, Davi^ I. (See Oswald, G. J., and Cronin.) 

Cronin, John J., et al. (See Waldron, Louis, assignor.) 

Croninger, George J., assignor to Miller Pottery Engineer- 
ing Company, Swissvale, Pa. Method and apparatus for 
feeding plastic clay to molds in the manufacture of 
pottery ware. 2,356,829 ; Aug. 29. 

Crook Paper Box Company. (See Marshall, Richard C, 
Jr., assignor.) 

Crook, Welton J., TJ. S. Army, Davenport, Iowa. Heat 
treatment of steel. 2,343,888 ; Mar. 14. 

Crooke, Raymond E., Great Neck, assignor to Ford In- 
strument Company, Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Fire 
control system. 2,339,461 ; Jan. IS. 

Crooks, Harry M., Jr. (See Marker, R. E., and Crooks.) 

Crooks, Harry M., Jr. (See Marker, R. E., Crooks, and 
Wittle.) 

Crooks, Ralph K., Clearfield, assignor to The Union Switch 
and Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Receiving ap- 
paratus for train control systems. 2,352.687 ; July 4. 

Crosby, Edward A., Minneapolis, Minn. Number or letter 
assembly device. 2,342,847 ; Feb. 29. 

Crosby, Fred B., assignor to Morgan Construction Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Metal rolling. 2,340,648 ; 
Feb. 1. 

Crosby, George A., Park Ridge, assignor to Signode Steel 
Strapping Company, Chicago, 111. Binder strap seal. 
2,.344,804 : Mar. 21. 

Crosby, Howard M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Modulating system. 3,255,422 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Crosby, Howard M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Frequency conversion. 
2,363,835 ; Nov. 28. 

Crosby, Melvin A. (See Bench, D. E., and Crosby.) 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Signaling. 2,339,620 ; Jan. 
18. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency divider network. 

2.344.678 ; Mar. 21. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Beam phase detector. 

2.344.679 ; Mar. 21. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulator. 
2,345,101 ; Mar. 28. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Modulation system. 
2.347,3')8 ; Apr. 25. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Diversity receiving system. 
2,349,407 ; May 23. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Reactance tube modulation. 
2,349.811 ; May 30. 

Crosby, Murray G.. Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Heterodyne elimination cir- 
cuit. 2,351,191 ; June 13. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation re- 
ceiver. 2,351,192 ; June 13. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation de- 
tector circuit. 2,351.193: June 13. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverside, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phase modulation. 2,354,799 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation tone 
keyer. 2,356,224 ; Aug. 22. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phase modulation and am- 
plitude modulation receiving system. 2,357,932 ; Sept. 
12. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phase modulated carrier re- 
ceiver. 2.360,764; Oct. 17. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation di- 
vider. 2,361,606 ; Oct. 31. 



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Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation re- 
ceiver. 2,363,649 ; Nov. 28. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation de- 
tector circuit. 2,363,650 ; Nov. 28. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Superregenerative receiver 
system. 2,363,651 ; Nov. 28. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency modulation dis- 
criminator circuit. 2,363,652; Nov.' 28. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Diversity receiving system. 
2,364,952 ; Dec. 12. 

Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Company. (See Klafstad, 
Erling, assignor.) 

Crosby, Stephen A., Chicago, 111. Tacker and stabilizer 
therefor. 2,341,530 : Feb. 15. 

Crosby, Stephen A., Jackson He